Michigan Disability Claim Help

Representative Shaunta Patton Mar 23, 2024
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Help with SSDI/SSI complex paperwork

Have you been denied disability benefits in Michigan? Are you in need of representation for a hearing regarding your disability benefits in Michigan? Have you been left in the dark by your previous disability lawyer in Michigan? Look no further, because MAG’s disability representatives of Michigan are here to help. Our team of experienced professionals can provide services for a variety of case situations related to Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Continuing Disability Review (CDR), Child Supplement Security Income, and appeals of SSA disability adjudications in Michigan.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI or Title II benefits) in Michigan If you are dealing with the complex process of applying for SSDI benefits in Michigan, our disability representatives are here to guide you. SSDI is based on your work history of paying into the Social Security system and being disabled. Whether you are thinking about applying, have already started your claim without an attorney, need help with filing a disability appeal, or require representation in front of an Administrative Law Judge, we are ready to build a strong case for you. Contact us for a FREE consultation.

Supplement Security Income (SSI or Title XVI benefits) in Michigan SSI benefits in Michigan are not based on your work history, but rather on specific financial limits related to household income and resources. Our team can assist you in understanding how these factors may affect your benefits during the application process. Whether you need help with filing a claim or navigating the complexities of the SSI system, we are here to support you. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.

The Social Security Administration conducts periodic reviews of disability recipients in Michigan to ensure they still meet SSA standard of disability. These reviews include medical and work assessments to determine ongoing eligibility for benefits. If you are denied benefits after a CDR (Continuing Disability Review), our dedicated disability representatives in Michigan can help you with the appeals process. Contact us today for a FREE consultation.

Child Supplement Security Income (SSI or Title XVI benefits) in Michigan If your child is experiencing symptoms from a disability that impact their daily life, you may be eligible for Child SSI benefits in Michigan. Our team of disability representatives can assist you in filing a claim and navigating the process to ensure your child receives the support they need. Don’t waste time with lawyers who don’t prioritize your case – contact us today for a FREE consultation.

In Michigan, the approval rate for SSA disability decisions is only 40% on average. If you have received an unfavorable decision on your initial application, reconsideration, or hearing, our experienced disability representatives in Michigan can help you appeal the decision. With our dedicated support, your chances of a favorable outcome increase significantly. Contact us today for a FREE consultation to get started on your appeal.

In conclusion, if you are facing challenges related to disability benefits in Michigan, MAG’s disability representatives are here to support you. From applying for SSDI or SSI benefits to navigating a CDR or appealing an unfavorable decision, our team is committed to advocating for your rights and ensuring you receive the benefits you deserve. Contact us today for a FREE consultation and let us help you through this difficult process.