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Many Michigan residents need Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to survive. There are about six million people who live here, and almost 29 percent have some type of disability according the Centers for Disease Control. There are also about 50,000 people waiting to find out if their Social Security Disability claim will be approved.

There are challenges that you must overcome if you have a disability and you need a Michigan Social Security Disability lawyer working with you. Our legal team has helped clients get the benefits they need for more than 50 years. Call the legal team at Midwest Disability, P.A. We are prepared to help you through all the potential problems.

A Significant Amount Of Paperwork Is Needed For Your Claim

If you are applying for disability benefits, you will need a variety of information. You will need to have information about the condition that is keeping you from work. If you have had medical or psychiatric treatments, you will need to document that too, including your doctor’s contact information. Your employment and earning history are also required.

Do Not Go Through This Alone

Michigan residents who suffer an illness or an injury that keeps them from working for at least a year might qualify for SSDI or SSI. However, once you apply for disability benefits, you are just starting a process that could take a year or longer.

After you file, you will be sent to Disability Determination Services. This is a state agency, where you will see a claims examiner who will decide if you are disabled. In about four months you will receive a letter with the determination. If denied, you will have to go through the appeals process.

You will have 60 days after you receive the letter that denies your claim to file a request for a disability hearing before an administrative law judge. This is the first step in the appeals process. The average wait time for the hearing is 14 months.

Midwest Disability, P.A., Is Ready To Work For You

We are trusted, respected and experienced SSDI and SSI attorneys. We have helped our clients successfully challenge denials in federal district courts, in U.S. Circuit Courts and before the U.S. Supreme Court. Call us at 888-351-0427 or go to our contact page to get started.

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