Wayne County Social Security Disability Attorney

Livonia Disability Lawyer

Are you considering filing for Social Security disability benefits, or have you applied and received a letter of denial? Do you have concerns about whether you qualify for benefits, or do you find forms from the Social Security Administration (SSA) confusing or intimidating?

Experienced legal counsel can make the difference for you — on the front end or at any other point in the Social Security disability claim process, including a well-prepared appeal of your denied claim. At Adler Stilman, PLLC, our two dedicated attorneys have over 45 years of combined legal experience.

A Proven Local Firm Led by a Native Detroit-Area Lawyer

Our firm's focus is on the tri-county area, and we frequently handle Social Security disability claims and appeals throughout Wayne County, including Detroit, Livonia, Dearborn, Redford, Canton, Taylor, Romulus, Southgate, Wyandotte and Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Unlike many other lawyers and firms, we welcome people who want professional help filing their applications, giving themselves a much better chance to avoid lengthy delays and the hearing process.

Decades of Experience Filing Successful Applications and Winning on Appeal

At Adler Stilman, PLLC, we know Social Security disability laws and regulations from decades of hands-on experience. We also have excellent familiarity with hearing venues and officials throughout southeast Michigan — having earned hundreds of Social Security victories for our clients in the past few years alone. Let us put this knowledge to work for you in your effort to gain financial stability for the future.

Our Wayne County Social Security disability lawyers can assist you with virtually any question or challenge involving your claim, including:

  • Filing your Social Security disability application and filling out other forms
  • Appealing a denial of your initial application
  • Qualifying medical conditions and other eligibility criteria
  • The value of SSDI or SSI benefits you could receive
  • Dependent benefits available to children and other SSI applicants
  • Medicare, retirement and other benefits
  • Tax issues associated with Social Security benefits

Call Now for the Focused Legal Counsel You Need

We represent all our clients on a contingency basis. This means that if we are unable to get SSDI or SSI benefits for you, you will owe us no fees at all. When we win, you pay us only a percentage of back-due benefits, as determined by law. To discuss your current situation and needs, call or e-mail us anytime.