When you can’t work because of bad health, you worry about how you’ll pay for food, housing and all of your bills.
Social Security Disability income can help you survive. And Chanelle Manus, an associate attorney at Levine Benjamin Law Firm focusing on Social Security Disability cases, can help you to win benefits.
In Detroit, Toledo, Flint, Lansing, Grand Rapids and all across Michigan, from applying to appealing, we help you every step of the way.
From applying to appealing, Levine Benjamin attorney Chanelle Manus will help you every step of the way.
Your Guide Through a Complex Process
Applying for Social Security disability requires filling out long forms, gathering medical and job records, possibly testifying before a Social Security judge and waiting.
Chanelle understands how frustrating and confusing it can be to deal with a massive government agency like the Social Security Administration.
Whether you’re trying to determine if you qualify for benefits, you need to apply or you’ve been denied, Levine Benjamin attorneys like Chanelle want to help:
Get an attorney dedicated to helping you when you need it the most—one like Levine Benjamin attorney Chanelle Manus.
Learn More about Chanelle’s Background
Chanelle received her BA in Public Relations from Wayne State University and her JD from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
While at WMU-Cooley, she was elected as a student senator and served as president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society.
She joined Levine Benjamin as an associate attorney in 2018.
Prior to joining Levine Benjamin, Chanelle worked as a law clerk for the Michigan Department of Attorney General’s Office of Special Counsel. She is licensed to practice in the State of Michigan and in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan.
Outside of work, she’s an active member of Fresh Start Ministries, a mentor for the Midnight Golf Program, an avid golfer and a dedicated Detroit sports fan.
You can start with Levine Benjamin by getting a free evaluation of your case.