Applying for Disability in Michigan
Detroit Disability Claim Lawyers
On the surface, applying for Social Security Disability benefits in Michigan is not difficult. If you believe you have a qualifying medical condition and meet the financial criteria, you can make an appointment at your nearest Social Security Administration (SSA) or fill out an application online.
Unfortunately, what no one is likely to tell you when you apply is that most people who file claims are initially denied benefits. At the Adler Firm, PLLC, we understand that most disabled people need to get their benefits as soon as they can. Having our professional team prepare and file your application — at no cost to you — could make the crucial difference. We invite you to contact us today to discuss your needs.
A Professionally Prepared Application Could Mean You Get Benefits Sooner
Our attorneys and staff work within the Social Security Administration (SSA) on-line system virtually every working day. Many of our clients benefit from:
- The convenience of consulting with us by telephone without having to travel, enabling us to complete their on-line applications efficiently
- Confidence that their applications have been completed by professionals with decades of experience navigating this complex system and getting positive results for our clients
- Positive results — and, in many cases, avoidance of an appeal-and-hearing process that can take several years — delivered through knowledgeable definition of their medical condition and other information provided on the application
Personal Service and Attention, Focused on Your Needs and Future
We are hands-on, responsive Social Security Disability attorneys for people and families in need throughout southeast Michigan, frequently helping clients in Detroit and Traverse City, we represent clients throughout Michigan. Our firm founder Barry Adler is a native of Detroit who relates well to people in all kinds of challenging situations.
If you have questions or need help, you can contact us anytime, knowing that you can get counsel without paying any fees at all unless and until you receive your benefits.