Our experience with Michigan Social Security disability claims
We accept Michigan Social Security claimants at all stages and help Greater Tri-Cities and Flint disability claimants who have:
- Not yet applied for Social Security disability benefits;
- Received a denial of their initial applications;
- Had their Requests for Reconsideration denied;
- A disability hearing coming up soon;
- Appealed to the Appeals Council; and
- Appealed to the U.S. District Court.
We understand that the Social Security disability process can be frustrating, and we work hard to insulate our clients from its challenges. We pride ourselves on delivering compassionate, knowledgeable, and effective service.
We represent injured and disabled individuals in matters involving Social Security disability, workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. We have devoted our professional careers to assisting individuals with disabilities improve their quality of life through the receipt of disability benefits and/or other services.
As Michigan disability attorneys who have handled over a thousand Social Security disability claims, we have learned that our most important job is providing personal attention to each of our clients.
Our experience in Social Security disability law will help you get the best results possible. We have represented claimants with a wide variety of impairments, and has a large number of satisfied Michigan Social Security disability clients.
What we will do for you
When you come to us for your first appointment, we will take plenty of time to discuss your case with you and answer all of your questions. Before you leave, we will give you written materials explaining the Social Security disability process.
We will analyze what you must prove to win disability benefits. Then we will gather the evidence needed to present the strongest possible case, including the necessary medical data and opinions for your case. We will keep you informed as your case progresses.
Before your Social Security disability hearing, we will get together to review our planned presentation of your case. At that meeting, we will discuss with you your testimony and the questions we plan to ask you. We also will explain in detail what you can expect at the hearing, including what questions the Social Security administrative law judge is likely to ask you, so you will feel fully prepared.
We will be at your side at the hearing and through each step of this often complicated and lengthy process. Our most important job is providing personal attention to each of our clients.
We have a long history of referrals from past clients. This is how many of our current clients find us. We also receive referrals from long-term disability insurers, unions, medical professionals, social workers, other attorneys, disabled claimants, and family members.
Your initial consultation with us is free of any charge or obligation. Your initial consultation can be in our office, by telephone, or via e-mail – whichever is most convenient for you. And we can meet either at our office in Grand Blanc, Michigan, or by appointment, at the Flint Office of Disability Adjudication and Review.
If you decide to retain us, you will not be charged an attorney’s fee unless you are awarded disability benefits.
If you think we can we can help you with your Social Security disability claim, please complete the form to the right or contact us at:
Michigan Social Security disability attorneys
Your Benefits. Your Advocate. Serving Michigan Social Security disability claimants in Flint and throughout the Greater Tri-Cities area.