Many Michigan residents who need and qualify for Social Security disability benefits may not actually know much about SSD benefits. These residents may not be familiar with the application process, medical requirements or work history requirements, which this blog reported on in a previous post.

A lack of knowledge about SSD benefits and the application process can be a huge detriment to an applicant. Fortunately, attorneys like the ones practicing with Adler Stilman, PLLC can assist clients who are seeking SSD benefits with what is often a complex application process.

The application process can be lengthy and the Social Security Administration denies more than 70 percent of initial disability claims. An application that is professionally prepared by Adler Stilman, PLLC, can help ease the process of applying for benefits. The firm’s attorneys strive to avoid the appeals process through top-notch preparation of a client’s initial application. The firm’s work on a client’s initial application may include effective characterization of a client’s medical condition such that it fits within the SSA’s list of impairments. Additionally, the firm’s attorneys know from experience what issues may lead to an initial denial, and they will strive to rectify these issues to prevent a denial.

Help with an SSDI application may not only ease a disabled Michigan resident’s mental and emotional burdens, but may also shorten the length of time before he or she receives benefits. For additional information about how the attorneys of Adler Stilman, PLLC can assist Michigan residents with their Social Security disability applications, please visit the following webpage. A simple phone call may provide the firm’s attorneys with all the information they need to complete a client’s initial application online.