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Find an experienced Bloomfield, Michigan Social Security lawyer now
Has the quality of your life suffered because of a disability? Are you now unable to work because of your disability? You may qualify for social security disability benefits. By working with an experienced Bloomfield, Michigan social security attorney, you can increase your chances of receiving disability payments from the federal government. Give yourself the best chance of qualifying for social security disability benefits by working with an experienced Bloomfield social security attorney today. Fill out the form on the left today.
The SSI and SSDI system: a real safety net
The statistics are not favorable for initial applicants. About 65% or more initial applicants are denied annually. By working with an experienced Bloomfield social security lawyer, you can increase your chances of success because you will be working with someone who understands the criteria that the review board is looking for. Those who face real disabilities potentially face hunger and homelessness. Winning your claim can provide a necessary safety net to our most vulnerable citizens. Successful claimants receive monthly payments from the federal government to cover those critical expenses. Many claimants also qualify for medical services through Medicare and Medicaid.
What does the typical Bloomfield Social Security lawyer cost to hire?
You do not have to have a pool of money to afford a social security lawyer. The usual fee structure of a social security lawyer is designed so that it is affordable for people who are not employed. Most all Social Security lawyers work on a contingency basis: which means they only get paid if you win your case. The social security system oversees the amount a social security attorney can charge. For example, they are capped at making 25% of the back pay awarded to you. Even then, they can only make a maximum of $6,000 on your case. Contact your Bloomfield Social Security lawyer today by filling out the form on the left.
SSDI and SSI, which one is right for you?
The Social Security System can provide you with monthly payments if you qualify. To qualify for either the SSI (Supplemental Security Income) or SSDI (Social Security Disability Insurance) programs, you must meet their criteria. Generally, to qualify for either, you must suffer from an injury that prevents you from working for a year or more (or one that results in death). Both systems are explained below.
SSDI - Contact an experienced Bloomfield Disability Insurance Attorney Now
SSDI is a federal insurance program that pays disability benefits to people who have paid into the social security system. To qualify, you must be disabled and have a work history of paying social security taxes. Thus, not everyone can qualify. Those who do qualify may also be eligible for Medicare coverage, depending on the duration of your disability. Contact an SSDI attorney to learn if you may qualify.
(SSI) Supplemental Security Income - Contact an experienced Bloomfield Disability Attorney
The SSI system is designed to provide a minimum threshold of income to those who are disabled, blind, or 65 and older, who do not make much money. Those who qualify receive a monthly check (usually much less than SSDI amounts). You may also receive more money from your state. Unlike SSDI, claims are paid from general tax revenues. Thus, you do not need to have paid into the social security system to qualify for SSI payments. Those who qualify for SSI also may receive Medicaid coverage from the government (Medical Care). Fill out the form to contact an experienced Bloomfield SSI lawyer.
The process: Application to appeal - Bloomfield Disability Appeals Lawyer
You can apply online, in person, or over the phone for social security. You will be prompted to fill out a series of questions that require you to substantiate your disability. Once you get your results, you will either receive a notice of payments, or you will be denied. In which case, you can appeal the decision in person or have your attorney appear on your behalf.
Below is a list of some of the types of illnesses and injuries that can qualify for a disability under Social Security:
Traumatic Brain Injury
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
Nearest Local SSI Office
Social Security Administration
26840 West Seven Mile Road
Detroit, Michigan 48240
Saint Joseph Mercy Oakland
44405 Woodward Avenue
Pontiac, Michigan 48341-2985
1525 University Drive
Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326-2675
William Beaumont Hospital
3601 West Thirteen Mile Road
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073-6769
Crittenton Hospital Medical Center
1101 West University Drive
Rochester, Michigan 48307
If you do not have any healthcare insurance or any other ability to pay, there are facilities that probably will treat you in Bloomfield They are:
Womens Advisory Center
43700 Woodward Avenue
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48302-5058
Andover Medical Clinic
491 North Williamsbury Road
Bloomfield, Michigan 48301-2515
Barclay Family Care
555 Barclay Circle Suite 170
Rochester Hills, Michigan 48307-4574
Auburn Hills Medical Clinic
3039 East Walton Boulevard
Auburn Hills, Michigan 48326-2368
Bloomfield Social Security Lawyers serve client throughout Southeastern Michigan, including Allen Park, Ann Arbor, Bloomfield Hills, Canton, Dearborn Heights, Detroit, Detroit Metro, Eastpoint, Farmington Hills, Ferndale, Flint, Hamtramck, Inkster, Lincoln Park, Livonia, Mount Clemens, Novi, Oak Park, Redford, Romulus, Roseville, Southgate, Springfield, St. Clair Shores, Sterling Heights, Taylor, Troy, Warren, Washington, Wyandotte, areas in the vicinity of Oakland County International Airport, and other communities in Oakland County.