What does it take to win Social Security disability benefits? Join disability attorney Jonathan Ginsberg as he demystifies the disability approval process and offers proven tactics to help you win the benefits you deserve.
Decision Writer Interview Part Two: Why Judges Approve Claims
Earlier this year I published part one of my interview with Cameron Connah, a former staff attorney with Social Security responsible for drafting approvals and denials to be released by Social Security judges.As a decision writer Cameron had the unique...
What Should You Expect from Your Social Security Disability Lawyer?
What should you expect from your lawyer during the long delays typical of most Social Security disability claims?As you may know, Social Security moves at a snail's pace when deciding claims - it is not at all unusual for a case to take two years or...
Who are Social Security Disability's "Decision Writers" and What do They Do?
Would you be surprised to learn that the judge who hears your disability case is not the person who actually writes the approval or denial in your case?In the strange universe that is Social Security disability, a "decision writer" working in a cubicle...
What You Need to Know About Your Medical Records in Preparation for Your Disability Hearing
After waiting as long as two years or more for your hearing, you are finally scheduled to appear before a Social Security disability judge to present your case for disability benefits. Your hearing will last around 45 minutes so every minute...
Finally, Someone is Taking Action to Address Social Security's Payment Delays
Even when you win Social Security disability benefits, Social Security may hold your money indefinitely. This must stop.
How Does the Veterans Administration Disability System Differ from Social Security Disability?
Disability attorney Jessica Friedman explains how VA disability differs from Social Security disability.
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Thank you, Attorney Ginsburg
This is very useful insight and information about a complex process. Whether you’re an attorney or a potential claimant, I highly recommend listening to this podcast.
As a fellow disability benefits attorney, I love this podcast! I’ve only been in this practice area for about 5 years and I learn something every time I listen. This podcast is the perfect balance of claimant-friendly/accessible info, and practice tips for attorneys; it’s great for both audiences. Keep the episodes coming!
As a fellow practitioner, I wholly recommend Mr. Ginsberg’s podcast to those wanting more information about the complicated SSDI process. He distills an arcane set of rules and regulations into an easy-to-understand, conversational format. Five stars.