Social Security Lawyers

If you have suffered an injury that has resulted in a disability, you may be able to collect compensation from Social Security. Call us at 1-866-540-0677 for a free consultation.

Our Michigan Social Security lawyers have experience helping people obtain Social Security disability benefits.  This area of our practice has become increasingly more important as Social Security disability benefits are denied half of the time, forcing people to appeal, a process that can take years. If you are applying for Social Security benefits or have been denied a claim for Social Security benefits, you need a Michigan Social Security disability attorney with experience.

Our Social Security attorneys are able to guide you through the overwhelming maze of regulations and red tape that characterize the application process and the appeals process.

If you and your doctor feel that your medical condition prevents you from working, we strongly encourage you to contact our office to help you apply for Social Security disability benefits. The Social Security lawyers at Allan W. Ben P.C. are experts on what the Social Security Administration requires for claiming Social Security Disability benefits and for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) Disability claims. Part of our job is to spare you from the hassle of waiting in long government lines and spare you from the chance that your claim might be jeopardized by government red tape. Our attorneys will take care of all aspects of your case, including the complicated paperwork.

The following is some of the information needed to apply for Social Security disability benefits:

  • Your Social Security card
  • Your original birth certificate or original baptismal certificate
  • Your driver's license, or a passport for identification purposes
  • The names, addresses and telephone numbers of all your doctors, and other health care providers, like physical therapists, chiropractors, or home nursing aides
  • Your dates of admission for any hospitalizations or surgeries

It is important to provide Social Security with as much information as possible about your medical condition and the treatment that you have received. Social Security will request records and information from all your doctors. Contact your doctors to let them know you have applied for Social Security, and encourage them to provide the necessary information when they are asked by Social Security.

For your convenience, we have provided a Social Security Intake Form (pdf) on this Web site.

Call us now at 1-866-540-0677 (toll-free) for a free consultation about Social Security disability benefits. While our office is in Bingham Farms, Michigan, our Michigan Social Security lawyers work with people in the Greater Detroit Metropolitan area, including Oakland County, Wayne County, Macomb County, Livingston County, Monroe County, Genesee County, Washtenaw County and other areas throughout Michigan.

Types of Illnesses

If you have a chronic disease of any kind, whether physical or mental, that prevents you from working, you may qualify for SSD or SSI. Some conditions, but not all, are noted below. We have represented clients with all of these conditions and more. T… Read More

Types of Restrictions

In SSR 83-10, the Social Security Administration defines the different exertional levels of a job. Social Security defines each level based on how much weight can be picked up, how long a person can sit and stand, how long a person can walk etc. Sede… Read More

Evaluation Process

In determining whether or not you may be entitled to Social Security Disability, the SSA uses a 5-step sequential evaluation process. 1. The first step is whether you are working? Step 1 determines if an person is “working”, according to… Read More

The Process Explained

1. Initial application The claimant must complete an application for disability benefits. Then, the Disability Determination Service obtains your medical evidence and goes through the 5-step evaluation to determine disability. The claimant may be sch… Read More

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