Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)
Has your application for Social Security Disability Insurance benefits been denied? Do not lose hope. Most initial SSDI applications are denied.
You can improve your chances of success by retaining an experienced Social Security Disability attorney. National statistics show that claimants with an attorney have a better chance of success than claimants who do not have legal representation.
To speak with a Michigan Social Security Disability lawyer, contact Bieber & Czechowski. We help clients obtain SSDI and SSI benefits. We are in Center Line, in the heart of Warren, Michigan. To contact our law office, call 586-754-1450.
Experienced SSDI Attorneys
Together, our attorneys have more than 80 years of legal experience. We have decades of experience handling SSDI denials and appeals. We have a strong record of results in SSDI appeals because we are thorough in our case preparation and we work hard for our clients.
You Can Afford An Attorney
Many people worry that they cannot afford an attorney. The good news is that you can have an experienced attorney at our firm handle your case without having to worry about cost. We charge no attorney fee unless we recover benefits for you.
How We Handle SSDI Cases
We are thorough in our handling of SSDI claims. We will take time to listen to you and understand the nature of your injuries. We will communicate with your doctors and obtain copies of medical records that may be helpful to your case. We will help you to communicate all of your symptoms and impairments to your doctors.
After all of the evidence for your case has been compiled, we will help you prepare for your SSDI hearing. The hearing itself is much less formal than a standard trial. You will not be cross-examined by an attorney, but you will be questioned by a judge who is trying to determine your level of impairment. We will prepare you for your hearing, attend your hearing personally and argue your case at the hearing to seek the full SSDI benefits you deserve.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
In addition to handling Social Security Disability cases, we represent clients who are seeking Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Whereas SSDI requires that you have worked for a period of time and paid into the system, SSI does not have a similar requirement.
To schedule a consultation with an SSDI/SSI attorney at our firm, call 586-754-1450 or contact us by email.