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    Do You Think Social Security’s Decision Was Wrong?

    You looked at Social Security Disability benefits as the financial lifeline you need because your health problems have forced you to stop working.

    But then they denied you. Is this hopeless?

    Absolutely not.

    Most people get denied disability when they first apply for benefits. Unfortunately, it’s practically built in to the process. You can make a disability appeal.

    And appealing Social Security benefits is often the best way to finally win financial relief that can put you back on steady ground.

    You’re going to want an experienced disability lawyer to handle your disability appeal. This is much more complicated than when you first applied, and your chances of success can improve with a lawyer.

    Levine Benjamin lawyers have been helping people in Detroit, Lansing, Grand Rapids, Flint, Toledo and across Michigan and Ohio for over 57 years. We’ve helped over 50,000 people.

    If you work with us, you’ll pay NO FEE UNTIL YOU WIN.

    From applying to appealing, we help you every step of the way.

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    Working with a Lawyer

    Disability lawyers take the legwork out of applying for disability benefits and appealing a disability denial.

    Applying for SSI?

    If your past work and income have been limited, and you have a disability, you could receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits.

    Claiming Long-Term Disability?

    If you have a long-term disability (LTD) policy, the insurance company should be helping you, not resisting you. Let us step in.

    What You Need for a Successful Disability Appeal

    Appealing Social Security Disability denials means gathering evidence and maybe even arguing for your benefits in front of a Social Security judge. But you can handle it if you have Levine Benjamin lawyer doing all of this for you:

    • Analyzing your application and why you were denied
    • Correcting the weak parts of your application
    • Identifying how Social Security made a mistake in denying you
    • Updating your medical evidence
    • Updating everything in your Social Security file
    • Building a legal argument for why you should be awarded benefits
    • Presenting your case to a disability judge
    • Appealing your claim to higher levels, if needed

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    “I was denied for disability, and the firm immediately appealed the decision. Once the hearing was scheduled, they informed me of what I needed to do and know. I was very impressed with the professionalism. Yet (they made me feel) comfortable. Did I win? YES!”

    — KELLY D. ON FACEBOOK

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