Detroit Social Security disability Attorneys

You want to keep working. But every day, your health makes it harder and harder to handle your job.

You worry about money. But when you have health problems and job problems, what’s really at stake is your independence and dignity.

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) could provide the monthly income and access to Medicare health coverage that you need to survive.

The problem is most people get denied.

This is not the time to go it alone. Get an attorney from Levine Benjamin Law Firm to help you apply for disability benefits, or appeal a denial — and move forward with your life.

Levine Benjamin has helped more than 50,000 people 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.

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How Do I Qualify for Benefits?

To learn each of the requirements you need to qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits, CLICK THE PLUS SIGNS.
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Severe Health Problem

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Severe Health Problem

The medical problems you’re experiencing must be bad enough that you cannot keep going in your job.

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Work History

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Work History

To be covered under SSDI, you need a substantial work history and a record of paying into the system when Social Security taxes were deducted from your paychecks.

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Can’t Change Jobs

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Can’t Change Jobs

Your health must be poor enough that you can’t switch to another, less physically strenuous job.

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Long-Lasting Condition

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Long-Lasting Condition

The medical problems that make it impossible for you to work must have lasted, or be expected to last, at least a year—or eventually lead to death.

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Severe Health Problem

Plus Sign
Severe Health Problem

The medical problems you’re experiencing must be bad enough that you cannot keep going in your job.

Learn More >

Work History

Plus Sign
Work History

To be covered under SSDI, you need a substantial work history and a record of paying into the system when Social Security taxes were deducted from your paychecks.

Learn More >

Can’t Change Jobs

Plus Sign
Can’t Change Jobs

Your health must be poor enough that you can’t switch to another, less physically strenuous job.

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Long-Lasting Condition

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Long-Lasting Condition

The medical problems that make it impossible for you to work must have lasted, or be expected to last, at least a year—or eventually lead to death.

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From applying to appealing, the Detroit Social Security Disability attorneys at Levine Benjamin help you every step of the way.

From applying to appealing, the Social Security disability attorneys at Levine Benjamin help you every step of the way.

Can I Get Help With My Disability Application?

Applying for SSDI benefits can be overwhelming. You’ve got a lot of forms to fill out. You have to provide evidence of your health problems. You have to show your work history.

Most disability attorneys don’t help you with this step of the process. They tell you to apply on your own — and come back when you’ve been denied.

Not us.

At Levine Benjamin, we help you every step of the way, starting with your very first application.

Our attorneys can help you apply online, by mail or in person. We take care of all the details, so your application has the best chance of success.

When you work with us, you’ll personally speak with one of our managing partners, Joe Houle or Gary Bimberg.

The earlier you get us involved, the better.

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The Detroit Social Security Disability attorneys at Levine Benjamin can help you build a strong application.

To win Social Security disability benefits, you need to build a strong application.

What Makes a Strong Disability Application?

To make sure Social Security understands what you’re going through and why you need financial help, your application needs to be:

  • Accurate: Be frank about your health problems. Don’t overstate anything, but don’t shy away from explaining how hard your situation is.
  • Complete: Fill out everything the best you can and make sure to include records of doctor visits and other evidence.
  • Prompt: Apply for benefits as soon as you know you can’t work. When you’re awarded benefits, you also get back benefits covering a period that starts with your application. So it’s best to file as soon as possible.

You can start by getting a free evaluation of your claim.

Levine Benjamin Provides Hope When All Looks Lost:

“I gave up all hope on getting my Social Security and getting help. But you did it! I will tell everyone that Gary Bimberg and Levine Benjamin took care of me!”

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