Michigan Disability Benefits Lawyer
How Can a Michigan SSD Lawyer Help Me?
Applying for Social Security Disability benefits is a long, often confusing process that ends in denial 70% of the time. Many applications get turned down because they are not completed properly, the medical records are incomplete, or due to some other technicality. Still others are denied despite doing everything required of them.
An SSD Attorney Can Improve Your Chances for Approval
Beginning with completion of your initial claim, an SSD attorney who knows the ropes will ensure all required forms are completed properly and submitted on time. Representation by The Mike Morse Law Firm, a team of attorneys experienced in Social Security Disability policy, significantly enhances your odds of being approved for benefits.
You’re already dealing with a disabling injury. Navigating a complex system riddled with hurdles and technicalities is a lot to ask of anyone, much less an injured person with no experience. Many of those hurdles can be avoided, or cleared more easily, with our guidance and expert legal assistance.
When you are injured and out of work, the cost of waiting for an approval that may never come can be financially devastating. The Mike Morse Law Firm will guide you through the appeals process. We will prepare you for your hearing, gather all the evidence to support your claim.
Our SSD Lawyers Cost Nothing Out Of Pocket
The price of going it alone can cost you your benefits. Our services will cost you nothing out-of-pocket. If your claim is approved, our compensation is paid for with back-pay owed to you. Our payment will not affect the monthly amount you receive after your benefits are approved. See what our clients say about choosing us.
Have Our Experienced Southfield SSD Attorneys on Your Side
If you need help filing an SSD benefits claim, or if your claim has been denied, we can help. We will put our experience and resources to work for you to help you receive the benefits you deserve. Contact us today for a free evaluation of your case.