Michigan Social Security Disability FAQs

//Michigan Social Security Disability FAQs
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Michigan Social Security Disability FAQs2018-07-17T12:21:31+00:00

Social Security Disability Injury Lawyers

Applying for Social Security and navigating the complex process can be a difficult and harrowing experience. At the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg, we have attorneys dedicated specifically to Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income, an area of law in which we have been handling cases for more than 40 years. We keep up with rulings and news that may affect your Michigan claim, and write about them so that you are better informed. You can read our Social Security Disabilities stories on our blog.

Social Security often comes at a time of great vulnerability in a person’s life. There is so much more to worry about, and you should not have to spend time stressing about long waits and whether or not your claim will get denied. You want an expert who knows what benefits you are entitled to and how to cut through the red tape. You can review our frequently asked questions below. If you would like a free consultation, you can fill out the form found at the bottom of the page or give us a call at 1-800-LEE-FREE (1-800-533-3733). Remember, there are no fees unless we win or settle your case.

Call the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg to help you with your Social Security Disability case. With over 40 years of experiences, our Michigan social security disability attorneys know exactly what you are due and how you can get it.

What types of disability programs pay benefits to disabled people?

Can a spouse and children receive benefits under the SSDI program?

What is Social Security Disabled Adult Child Benefits?

Can I get disability benefits if I have never worked?

Can my family’s income and assets affect my social security benefits?

What Is Social Security’s Definition of “Disabled” for a person 18 years or older?

Do I have to wait 12 months before I can apply for disability?

Can I work and file a claim for SSDI?

How can I file an application for disability benefits?

What is the typical wait time for a decision at the Initial Application?

I just received a denial on my initial application, what do I do?

I exclusively practice Social Security Disability law with the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg. We provide legal services for individuals who are seeking assistance in filing their initial applications for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income. And in the event that they are denied on the initial application, we also help them file the appeal. The Social Security Administration offers benefit programs for individuals who are unable to work and that will provide them with financial relief.

I’ve represented clients at the initial application, at the administrative law hearings, appeals counsel claims, and also I’ve done some federal court work as well. Altogether I have represented over 1,000 clients or claimants before the Social Security Administration in pursuit of their Social Security Disability claims.

You should contact the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg for your disability claim for several reasons. Number one, we are a full-service law firm. We will assist you in filing the application and guide you through the process, as it can be very confusing. We will be here to assist you along the way. We will represent you at the initial application, and in the event that you are denied we will take it to the appeals council for further review.

Here at the Law Offices of Lee Steinberg we have trained individuals who are passionate about this kind of work and about helping people. We are here to answer your phone calls and to answer any questions you may have. We also will be here to guide you along the way and to develop your case before the administrative law judge in an effort to maximize your chances of winning a Social Security Disability claim.

Rita Shoka