Macomb County Social Security Disability Attorney

Warren, Michigan, Disability Lawyer

The U.S. federal government provides financial support for people who cannot work through two essential programs: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). The systems in place to process claims for benefits can be intimidating and slow-moving, however, and many valid, legitimate claims are initially denied.

At Adler Stilman, PLLC, based in Farmington Hills and serving all of southeast Michigan, our attorneys have extensive experience advising and representing Social Security disability applicants. Please contact our Macomb County Social Security disability lawyers for:

  • Help deciding whether you should apply for SSDI or SSI benefits
  • The advantage of a professionally prepared application
  • Focused case-building and representation to appeal an unjust denial of your claim

Our track record of success with Social Security disability applications and appeals includes victories for people throughout Macomb County, including residents of Warren, Roseville, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Utica, Centerline, Mt. Clemens, and Clinton Township, Michigan.

Put Decades of Experience Winning Disability Benefits on Your Side

Do you have questions about whether you have a qualifying medical condition, or the potential value of the Social Security benefits you could receive? Do you need help completing the application or have you — like many others every working day — received a denial that you do not believe is fair? Has the Social Security Administration discontinued your disability benefits for a reason you do not understand?

Need Help Applying? Need Hands-on, Determined Help With Your Appeal?

In all these situations, we can help. In fact, unlike law firms that prefer to help you only after a claim denial, we welcome the chance to work on your initial application, applying deep knowledge to greatly improve your chances of avoiding an appeal-and-hearing process that could take several years.

If you want to speak with a straight-talking attorney who will empathize with your situation and explain your options, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation.