Was Your Application for Social Security Disability Benefits in Michigan Denied? Our Detroit Disability Law Firm Can Help
Do you live in Oakland County, Wayne County, Macomb County, Washtenaw County, Livingston County, or the cities of Detroit or Southfield, or elsewhere in the metro-Detroit area? Has the Social Security Administration rejected your disability claim?
If you believe you cannot work, you should appeal the denial of your application and then any denial of that appeal.
Why? Because the Social Security disability determination system favors appellants, but is unkind to applicants. Nationally, two-thirds of applications are denied, but more than half of claimants who appeal are found disabled. Michigan Social Security disability applicants are up against the same odds, so do not let rejection discourage you.
Our Detroit disability law firm can help if you want an experienced and sympathetic Social Security lawyer to assist with your appeal. Complete the form to the right and I will respond promptly. Your claim will receive my personal, one-on-one attention.
In the meantime, you may learn about the Michigan Social Security disability appeal and determination process from the articles and videos on our Detroit Social Security Disability Lawyers website.
Our Detroit Social Security Disability Lawyers wish you success.
Explanation of Michigan Social Security Disability
Over 100 web pages on appealing a denial of Detroit disability benefits and the hearing are contained in this website. Some of the more valuable materials are:
- Appealing a Denial of Benefits, my free e-booklet, provides additional tips. See the top right corner of this page.
- For a short and visual explanation of how an administrative law judge evaluates eligibility, watch the video How the Judge Determines Disability pictured above.