The Unauthorized Guide
to Social Security Disability Examinations

                      Guide to Social Security Disability Examinations

Social Security Disability applications are complex, lengthy, and often a little intimidating.
Advice from the disability department or from a social worker can often be found easily.
And many an attorney provides very valuable help.

But what does the process look like to an examiner who assesses applicants for physical impairment?

Join Edward Harshman, a former disability examiner, as he explains
what the examination looks like to the examiner and how you should prepare for it.

Medical facts that you need to know.
What to do immediately after the physical exam, and why.
How to arm yourself with useful material in case you need to appeal a rejection.
The possibility of getting and paying for your own independent medical examination
and why high-status credentials of an independent medical examiner may actually be something to avoid.

This instructional video cannot substitute for a good attorney.
But it includes information many attorneys will not explain.
Watch this video and learn how to increase your chances of approval.

Legal Notice:
This video is not produced by or endorsed by the Social Security Administration or by any branch of any government.
If you are looking for material published by the Social Security Administration or by the government generally, please refer to the appropriate official website.

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