Michigan Social Security Disability – Frequently asked questions

Disability lawyer advice on how SSD can help you after a serious injury

There’s so much to think about after you’ve been seriously injured. Who will cover your medical care? How will you pay the bills? The resource center below is designed to answer your most pressing questions about your Michigan Social Security Disability protections.

For help now, call us at (855) 221-2667. You can speak with one of our Michigan Social Security Disability lawyers, free of charge. You can also fill out our contact form.

What is Social Security Disability?

Learn how Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) provide benefits when you can’t work because of sickness or injury.

How much do Social Security Disability benefits pay in Michigan?

How Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income benefits are calculated.

How can I afford a great Social Security Disability lawyer?

Michigan Social Security Disability lawyers charge a contingency fee, meaning they only get paid if you win, and there are no upfront costs.

Does Social Security Disability provide health insurance?

Information on how Medicare and Medicaid can help with your medical expenses.

What if my Michigan disability claim was denied?

Learn about filing a Social Security Disability appeal and what to expect.

How do I apply for Social Security Disability?

All about your Michigan Social Security Disability application and the various ways you can apply.

Do I qualify for Social Security Disability?

Read about the medical and vocational criteria used by the Social Security Administration to determine your eligibility for SSD benefits.

How will my SSD claim be decided?

The 5 step evaluation process for your Social Security Disability claim in Michigan.

What are the SSD work restrictions?

How residual functional capacity (RFC) affects your Social Security Disability claim.

Why is my age, education and work experience important to my SSD claim?

Advice on Social Security Medical-Vocational Guidelines and examples of injury victims receiving SSD benefits.

What is a Social Security Disability hearing like?

What to expect during your SSD hearing and how a lawyer can protect you.

Have questions about Michigan Social Security Disability?

Call us at (855) 221-2667, or fill out our free contact form. Our Social Security Disability lawyers offer free telephone advice and never charge a fee to evaluate your case.

We will make sure that your dignity and legal rights are protected. We’ve been protecting injured people for more than 35 years, and we can make sure you receive all of the SSD benefits you’re entitled.