Appealing Denied Social Security Disability Claims
It is not at all uncommon for people applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and/or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits to have their initial claim denied by their local Social Security Administration (SSA) office. It may be frustrating to have your claim denied, but it is important not to give up. Often, claims are turned down because they lack sufficient evidence of a qualifying disability or the SSA requires additional information. If you live in Michigan and need to appeal your SSDI claim through the Office of Hearings Operations, talk to an attorney at Miller Cohen, P.L.C. We have years of experience assisting people through the entire process. We offer a free consultation to review your circumstances and will give you an assessment of whether we think an appeal is likely to be successful.
Cost To Appeal Your Denied Social Security Disability Claim
If you retain us as your SSDI and/or SSI appeals lawyers, we will charge no retainer fee or upfront money to prepare and appeal your case. We get paid only if your appeal is successful. We receive our fee only as a percentage of the back pay the SSA owes you for your disability claim. By federal law, the amount we can claim for our services is capped and you will pay no fees on any future benefits.
Call Our Disability Appeals Attorneys
From offices in Dearborn and Detroit, our lawyers represent individuals facing denied SSDI and/or SSI claims throughout Michigan. Call us toll-free at or use our convenient email contact form to arrange an opportunity to meet with one of our experienced Social Security Disability attorneys today.