Michigan SSD Evaluation Attorneys
Applying for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits can be a trying and often frustrating process, particularly if you go into the applications process without support or information. Even a well-crafted application for a qualifying illness or condition can initially be denied, leaving people and families in need of benefits wondering what went wrong and how to proceed.
Before you struggle with more questions than answers, talk to our Social Security Disability attorneys at the law offices of Bredell & Bredell. Operating from offices in Ypsilanti and Jackson, we help give you the information, guidance and help you need to navigate the complicated process of evaluating your condition and getting benefits. And, if you are one of the many people with valid claims denied in the initial phase of applying, we can help you appeal and get results.
Michigan SSD Evaluation Lawyer
Getting advice about the claims process can save you time and effort down the road. Not only can it help you file a stronger initial application, but also you won’t have to go into the process in the dark and you will know that there are options and alternatives even if you are initially turned down.
With conveniently accessible offices in Jackson and Ypsilanti, our Social Security Disability attorneys can evaluate your case and help you with questions, such as:
- Does my illness or condition qualify?
- How do I fill out the forms and get the supporting documents I need?
- What are the eligibility requirements?
- What if my initial application is turned down?
- How do I file for an appeal?
- How long can it take to get my benefits?
Social Security Disability benefits are available to people of all ages who can show they are unable to work for at least a year and who have worked and paid into Social Security for a required amount of time.
Get Answers To Your SSD Questions
When you need guidance through the complex landscape of Social Security Disability, rely on experienced lawyers who will be easily accessible, ready to answer your questions and can provide the guidance you need.
Contact our Michigan SSD and SSI lawyers by calling at 734-482-5000 to review your rights and build a path toward the benefits you need.