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Jan Dils (literally) Wrote The Book on Social Security

When it comes to cars, I can tell you almost anything about any make or model. For instance, did you know that even though the first generation Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan were essentially the same car, the back door openings on the Milan were actually wider than that of the Fusion? Probably not…and why would anyone need to know that? I know when different models had engine changes, which model year is the worst for the Ford Explorer, and even how to tell the difference between a Dodge Neon, a Plymouth Neon, and the ultra-rare Chrysler Neon. However, when it comes to fixing a car, I’ll panic like a middle school child at the spring formal. Luckily, there is a company out there that makes guides for almost every make and model. These guides make repairs a lot simpler. Wouldn’t it be great if more things in our life had these types of guides?

Luckily, Jan Dils thought of that when she wrote her book about the Social Security Disability process. Let’s say you worked at a plant for 18 years, and suddenly couldn’t work anymore. Would you know how to file for social security disability? The answer is likely no. Or, let’s say you have a disabled child and were denied, would you know how to file an appeal, or what to expect? When Jan wrote “Getting the Social Security Benefits you Deserve,” she reflected on the individuals she encountered in her 20 years of experience with social security and wrote everything based on her interactions with her previous clients.

This book isn’t just a guide through the Social Security process; it’s a workbook that can really assist you when meeting with an attorney, seeking treatment for your disability, or even prepping for a hearing. I can’t tell you the address or phone number of my physician. In the book however, there are places to write this information down for future reference. If you are filing for Social Security Disability, you have to provide work history. There is a section in the book in which you can write down all of your previous employers. One of the greatest features is actually all of the sample forms you will encounter while going through the disability process. Seeing these forms ahead of time, and knowing which information you’ll need, will better prepare you for different steps in the process.

Our clients have been using this book, as well as our Veterans Disability book, for several months now, and they have found it incredibly helpful with their cases.

While I could keep writing about this book, I’d much rather you pick up a copy. The book is actually $19.95 value, but we are giving it away for free. It’s completely free actually; even the postage is taken care of for you. Jan wanted to make sure the people who needed this book could easily have access to the information. If you would like a copy, fill out this form, and we will gladly send you a free copy. If you would like to know how we can help with your case, call us today for a free case evaluation, 1-877-526-3457.

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