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Social Security Disability Benefits Lawyers

You don’t have to retain an attorney to apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits. But handling the application and appeals on your own is like doing surgery on yourself: you can do it, but you may not like the results.

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We recommend that disabled people hire an experienced Social Security Disability attorney to help them navigate the confusing process of application and appeals. The Social Security Administration’s own statistics show that people who are represented by an attorney are more likely to win benefits.

But, not every attorney is familiar with the process of obtaining Social Security Disability benefits for clients. It’s important to select a lawyer who is very familiar with the process and keeps up to date on changes in the law.

At the Adler Firm, PLLC, Social Security Disability is a major part of our practice. Over the past 30 years, our attorneys have helped thousands of clients obtain Social Security Disability benefits. We win benefits in 80 to 90 percent of our cases. We always remain current on any developments and changes in Social Security Disability regulations.

No Benefits, No Attorney Fees

We represent disabled people on a contingency basis. If we don’t win benefits for you, you will not pay an attorney fee.

If we win benefits for you, our attorney fee is 25 percent of the past due benefits up to a maximum of $5,300. Hiring an attorney will not reduce your future disability payments. All attorney fees must be approved by the Social Security Administration.

It doesn’t cost you any more to hire an attorney with the experience and successful track record of the Adler Firm, PLLC. To discuss your case with one of our experienced disability benefits attorneys, please contact the Adler Firm, PLLC, today. From our offices in Detroit and Traverse City, we represent Social Security Disability clients throughout the state of Michigan.

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