Experience Michigan Social Security Disability Lawyers
Many people are forced to stop working before retirement age due to disability. Others have serious mental and physical impairments all their lives and cannot find a place in the workforce. The U.S. government maintains Social Security disability programmings offering support, but filing a successful claim or pursuing necessary appeals often calls for an experienced lawyer.
Social Security disability attorneys at LeFevre and LeFevre, P.L.L.C. have built accomplished careers on treatment of each individual with integrity and sensitivity. Yours will not be “just another case” at our law office and we encourage you to contact us today.
There are numerous things to consider as you get older. The assets that you have worked so hard to acquire over the course of your lifetime must be appropriately protected in the event that you are unable to speak for yourself. LeFevre and LeFevre, P.L.L.C. is able to assist you in creating a solid, secure estate plan that adequately addresses the needs of your family. From drafting wills, trusts, Medicaid plans and powers of attorney to planning for long term nursing home care or preparing for the care of children with special needs, LeFevre and LeFevre, P.L.L.C. will be there to help.
Do You Have A Valid Claim Or Appeal?
There are several types of Social Security disability benefits, including:
- Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) for people who have worked and paid into the system in recent years, but then become disabled
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI) for citizens who are disabled and living below the poverty level, regardless of work history
- Benefits for some widows and widowers who become disabled at age 50 or older
- Benifits for disabled children under the age of 18, as well as those who become disabled before age 22 with parents who are deceased or drawing Social Security benefits.
The programs that provide these benefits are generally fair and constructive, but most claims are initially denied and winning on appeal requires patience and diligence. Our attorneys have decades of experience helping claimants with physical and mental impairments comply with laws, regulations and processes essential to obtaining benefits they deserve. For more facts and guidance, please contact us.
Can A Lawyer Help You? We Are Local, Focused And Proven
We emphasize personal attention over client volume, consciously limiting our caseloads. Large national firms advertising on TV and radio may claim a lot, but the cannot claim our levels of direct insight and working relationships with Michigan proceedings and officials.
Whether you are pursing SSDI or SSI benefits, and regardless of when in the process you turn to us, we provide a free, no-risk consultation. We earn attorney fees only if you are awarded retroactive benefits and charge no fees if we don’t win your case.