Are 8850 Form Disability
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Are 8850 Form Disability 2016-2019

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Shh I've got a secret how would you like to get your Social Security disability on the very first try I'll tell you how when we come back well hey folks my name is Jim Rohn I appreciate you once again being with me today on the transplant help or podcast slash YouTube video series as I said just a moment ago in the teaser I kind of had of a secret and that secret pertains to gaining your Social Security and disability on the very first China let me make as a disclaimer right out of the gate I'm not encouraging anyone to try to go out and get their Social Security disability unless they need it and unless they deserve it we've got too many people in the world who have already taken advantage of Social Security disability who are not in need of it so don't take the impression I'm trying to help anyone to get disability that do not need it but with that said this tip that I'm going to give you the day toward the end of this program I'll assure you will help you to gain your Social Security and disability on the very first try now if you're a transplant patient of any kind but especially if you're a heart and/or lung transplant patient at some point in your transplant journey more than likely you're going to need some form of Social Security and/or disability now why is that well you're probably going to be disabled now well that's just a partial disability or resulting in a full disability you're going to need some form of disability to help you and assist you in the rest of this life's journey now when I first heard the word disability back a number of years ago for my doctors I was already in stage for heart failure and I was in denial I did not want to hear that I was disabled as a matter of fact when they told me I needed to apply for disability I was quite offended I remember telling my doctor back then I don't need disability I can work I was working then I can continue to work and I can take care of my family and I don't want anyone paying my way I don't want any free things in life I just want to do my job and keep on keeping on but they kept on and kept on coming back to the ID disability and finally one day the doctor faced me right almost nose to nose and said Jim if you do not apply for disability you're going to die and I didn't understand that at the time well I eventually learned was he was not trying to get me to get a disability check he at the time back about 2009 was trying to encourage me to apply for my disability because he understood that applying for disability was oftentimes a long drawn-out process and what he was trying to get me to at that time was to apply for disability just so but ultimately 24 months later I would qualify for Medicare now back in that day 2009 there was no such thing as Obamacare or the Affordable Health Care Act whatever you want to call it I had a pre-existing condition therefore I was uninsurable in stage for heart failure I was uninsurable and without insurance there was no way I could ever offer me receive the heart transplant I was going to need and she went on to explain to me that day he said Jim no matter how you feel now by the time you reach the place of needing a heart transplant you're going to be in bad shape you're most likely going to be bedridden if you're even alive and you're not going to make it to see disability and to see Medicare and to see a transplant if you do not apply now now what I was being told by my family and friends who supposedly knew something about disability they said Jim you can apply if you want but you're never going to get it because I was under 40 years old it was supposedly standard procedure for Social Security Social Security to deny everyone disability who was under 40 years old without even making the consideration for them and I think that's pretty much the case and I would that's ever written in stone I think a lot of times that's pretty much the case at least it seems to be that way now with that said I had to go out and figure out a way that I can get my disability quickly because ultimately that was going to equal my survival as we stand today 2017 obviously it has and so I went on and talked to a friend who happened to be a disability lawyer now I didn't hire a lawyer and let me say and I have no lawyers I didn't go to court I never had to find anything in court and it was not a long drawn-out process for me but I did get my disability after only one trial one application one tries to matter of fact I received a phone call within 10 days that I had 100% full of disability coming my way in the form of a check which like I say ultimately in 24 months would equal Medicare now if your renal patient you can get your Medicare a lot quicker that's another day another program but as a heart patient I had to wait 24 months nonetheless how did I get my disability well here's the key I went around to my doctors particularly my cardiologist and I got my read medical records in my hand in a printed copy myself and took them with my application to the Social Security office you say how does that make any difference basically

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