Social Security Disability Revealed: Why it's so hard to access benefits and what you can do about it - an insider overview on the inner workings of the Social Security Administration with an in-depth view on applying for Disability benefits, why you might not succeed, and how to make the process easier on yourself. Now available in paperback, e-book, and audiobook!
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Short bio: Author Spencer Bishins spent over 7 years drafting disability decisions for the Social Security Administration and almost 4 years at the SSA Appeals Council. This book offers an honest, probing look at the current state of disability benefits, and offers suggestions on how to make the application and appeals process as simple as possible.
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Articles written by author Spencer Bishins:
What Applying for SSDI Looks Like and How It Hurts Chronically Ill People
Articles written by editor Allison Bishins:
The Tragedy of the Social Security Disability Program: Can we fix this dehumanizing and wasteful disability benefits system?
What I Wish People Knew about Disability Benefits: And why the whole system is f*cked
"One" Thing You Need to Know about Federal Disability Benefits
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