Qualifying Illnesses & Conditions

Whether you are facing a single serious impairment or you have a number of different illnesses that combine together to become disabling, if you are unable to work for more than a year due to your medical conditions or the side-effects of treatment for an illness, you may be eligible for Social Security benefits.

At the law offices of Bredell & Bredell our attorneys help you understand and protect those rights to compensation. We know how much people rely on Social Security Disability (SSD and SSI) benefits to provide for themselves and their families while fighting a disabling condition. We also know how often people with legitimate claims are unfairly denied. We fight to make sure you get the results you need.

Ypsilanti, Jackson and Ann Arbor SSD Attorney

Virtually any illness, disability or collection of physical or mental impairments that prevent you from working for at least a year can make you eligible to receive benefits. However, there are a number of illnesses and conditions that are common for filing for Social Security Disability benefits.

Contact our office for information, guidance and support in recovering your benefits if you are unable to work as a result of suffering from serious conditions, such as:

Time can be of the essence in applying for your SSD benefits or appealing a denial. Not only do you need to keep the process moving forward so that you can get benefits as quickly as possible, but if you delay in appealing a denial you may lose your right to recover the money you need. Our attorneys work with you every step of the way to help you achieve results.

Does Your Illness or Condition Qualify for Benefits?

When you need answers to difficult Social Security questions, or a professional on your side to help you fight for the benefits you are owed, rely on Bredell & Bredell. We provide experienced legal guidance and the kind of close personal service you expect from a private law firm.

Contact our Michigan SSD and SSI lawyers to review your rights and build a path toward the benefits you need.