Obtaining Social Security Disability Coverage
If you have an injury or illness that will keep you from working for a year or more, the financial burden is clear and often overwhelming. It may be critical for you to obtain Social Security Disability benefits as quickly as possible. However, this process can be difficult and frustrating. Every day, people across Michigan with disabling conditions must deal with the disappointment of having valid disability claims denied.
Our metro Detroit disability attorneys have helped thousands of people too ill or injured to work obtain Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits — and we will evaluate your case for free. Our track record of success with disability claims and appeals is built on decades of experience, deep knowledge of the system, and sheer determination to win for our clients.
Do You Qualify? If So, the Next Step Is a Professionally Prepared Application.
SSDI covers people who have worked a substantial amount in the past and paid into the system. You are eligible for monthly benefits if you have a qualifying impairment that disables you from work for a year or more. In other situations, you may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
If you are considering whether you should apply for SSDI, we can help — determining if your claim can succeed by asking key questions about your work history and medical condition.
Whereas many law firms will advise you to apply on your own and call back for help with an appeal if you are rejected, our professional team is committed to handling your application in a way that gives you the best chance to avoid appeals and hearings that could take years.
Claim Denied? Turn to Our Accomplished Attorneys Now for Help.
If your initial claim has been denied, you are far from alone. We have decades of experience gathering solid medical evidence and building solid cases that resulted in victories at disability appeal hearings. You can count on us to pursue all viable legal options and stay with your case every step of the way.
Please contact a lawyer at our law office today. From our offices in Traverse City and Detroit we represent disabled clients throughout Michigan — risk-free, because our fees in this practice area are limited to a percentage of back-due benefits you receive if and when we win your case.