Medical Records Reading 101 for Disability Claimants

taught by Tatiana Froes
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Donna Glenn


Learned a lot, well worth the money!

Donna Glenn

Learned a lot, well worth the money!

Tatiana Froes
Tatiana Froes
Your Instructor

About the instructor

My name is Tatiana Froes. I am a Disability Attorney practicing in sunny Arizona. In my spare time, I blog about disability claim tips at

Also in my spare time, I am a DIYer, bird rescuer, cat lover, pilot and the owner of another blog called where I show people how to DIY things around the house, decorating on a budget and living sane.

My experience talking to potential clients tells me that despite easy access to the internet, disability claimants still don’t understand the process of applying for disability. I want to address that issue and more.

 I want to make sure that people's cases don't get rejected or denied if they shouldn't be, for reasons that are easy to fix. As a disability attorney, I see that every day: Having to reject cases because claimants were not ready when they filed. I hate saying no to claimants: They already feel stressed out about their condition and when they are trying to get help, they hear: “NO, I’m sorry I can’t help you“.

I want you to be ready! 

Ready to take charge of your claim. Ready to be approved for disability. 

So let’s get READY!

Most claimants believe that once they were diagnosed with a serious medical condition, they immediately qualify to file for Social Security Disability benefits.

Unfortunately, the reality is quite different and the only way to find out if you qualify is by taking a very close look at your medical records.

A lot of patients don't even understand what is going on with their treatment, much less know what to look for on their medical records to see if these records support the notion that the patient is disabled.

This course was created with that in mind.


-How to read your medical records like a pro

-Find out if your records really support your disability claim

-Find out if you need more treatment or visit new doctors to improve your medical records to support your claim

-How to create a timeline so you always know if you are seeing the right doctors and for the right amount of times during your claim (and after)

Also included in the Course:

-A Nifty Checklist to create your Medical Treatment Timeline

-An Issue Spotter Worksheet to find out if your medical treatment actually shows you are disabled.

Course Contents

2 Videos
1 Quiz
10 PDFs
15.0 hrs