Wayne County area workers living with certain kinds of disability may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. Social Security operates as an insurance program to help people who meet the eligibility requirements. When workers work and pay payroll taxes, they can and should apply for benefits when they have a qualifying disability.
A few months ago, we told our readers what steps a Social Security Disability claimant can take to make the claims process go as smoothly as possible. If a claimant lives with a severe impairment that is anticipated to last at least 12 months and restricts the ability to work, or if they live with an impairment may lead to the claimant's death, they can apply for benefits. They should make sure they have the necessary medical evidence, and they should apply as soon as they are eligible.
The unfortunate fact is that many claimants are denied the first time they apply for benefits. This is not the end of the story, however. Many claimants have better outcomes when they undertake the appeals process. At Miller Cohen, PLC, we have a high level of knowledge and experience with the administrative and court system. We have helped many clients persuade officials of the validity of their Social Security Disability claims.
By marshaling a documentary record to support a Social Security Disability claim, and by using the art of persuasion, we are prepared to help our clients through the process. We are happy to meet with potential clients in a free consultation. We can be reached by phone or online. For more information on the services we provide, please see the Social Security disability page on our website.