Caroline Gersch
When health problems leave you unable to work, and you’re worried about paying for food, housing and your medical bills, you should know there’s someone who can help.

Social Security Disability income can get you through this difficult time—and bring peace and stability back into your life. And Caroline Gersch, associate attorney at Levine Benjamin Law Firm focusing on Social Security Disability cases, works hard to help you win those benefits.

In Detroit, Toledo, Flint, Lansing, Grand Rapids and all across Michigan, from applying to appealing, we help you every step of the way.

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From applying to appealing, Levine Benjamin attorney Caroline Gersch will help you every step of the way.

Where Does Your Claim Stand?

Most law firms don’t help with initial applications for Social Security Disability. They leave you on your own to apply—and tell you to call them when you’re denied.

Levine Benjamin attorneys like Caroline are different. They help from the very beginning, looking for every chance to build a strong claim and improve your chances of winning benefits.

Whether you’re trying to determine if you qualify, you need to apply or you’ve been denied, we can help:

Hartford Long-Term Disability Insurance in Detroit: Sometimes insurance companies end your benefits by switching to a different definition of disability.

Get an attorney dedicated to helping you when you need it the most—one like Levine Benjamin attorney Caroline Gersch.

Learn More about Caroline’s Background

Caroline has been practicing Social Security Disability law since 2013 and joined Levine Benjamin in 2019.

She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Michigan. She received her J.D. from Wayne State University. She also holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology.

She’s licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan.

Caroline values giving back to her community. She has served as chairperson of the Free Legal Aid Clinic, Inc., in Detroit. And she has served on a variety of boards, including the Traverse City Area District Library Board of Trustees, the Traverse City Board of Zoning Appeals, the Pathfinder School Board of Trustees and the Traverse Area Women Lawyers Association board.

When she’s not advocating for her Social Security Disability clients or volunteering in the community, Caroline enjoys spending time with her family, bicycling, jogging, pickleball and other outdoor fitness activities.

You can start working with a Levine Benjamin attorney like Caroline by getting a free evaluation of your case.

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