Obtaining Social Security Disability And Supplemental Security Income Benefits
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At a time when the government is looking to cut costs, qualifying for and receiving Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits can be a complicated process. A majority of initial applications for both benefits are denied. The Detroit, Michigan, Social Security Disability lawyers in the Miller Cohen, P.L.C. Network have the medical and vocational resources necessary to challenge these denials. With over 40 years of experience and numerous appeals, they have learned how to convince the Social Security Administration of the legitimacy of the claims that they present. They’ve been in this business long enough to know how the government operates. The attorneys In the Miller Cohen, P.L.C. Network are prepared with the facts and the law to demand the benefits you deserve.
The Lawyers in our network Get Results
The attorneys in the Miller Cohen, P.L.C. Network, advise, counsel and represent clients in regard to the following legal issues:
- Social Security Disability benefits applications
- Social Security Disability appeals
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) applications and appeals
- Workers’ Compensation benefits applications and appeals
The Social Security Disability lawyers In the Miller Cohen, P.L.C. Network, will follow your claim through to conclusion.
How Do I Know If I Qualify For SSDI And/Or SSI?
To qualify for SSDI and/or SSI does not always require that a person be unable to do any work. When you are over 50 years old, it’s generally easier to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. You must have documented medical reasons why you cannot perform any job you are qualified to accept. The attorneys in our network will be happy to explain what is required.
Preparation Is Essential
When you are applying for SSDI and/or SSI, providing thorough documentation is crucial. Obtaining medical records and diagnoses and any other relevant information now can help expedite your case later.
If you’re appealing a denial of SSDI and/or SSI, you may need an additional medical opinion regarding your condition. Once you’ve met and discussed your case with the attorneys IN OUR network, the attorneys can guide you in the right direction and begin preparing your appeal.
Your chances of receiving SSDI and/or SSI are greater if you are represented by a lawyer. Knowing the law and being prepared to discuss legal issues, the attorneys use the evidence provided to build a case that meets the requirements of the law. They know how to persuade Social Security officials of the legitimacy of your claims.