800-331-3530

NO FEE UNLESS WE WIN THE CASE

Tap to Call Now Tap for Directions

Q: How do I know if I am “disabled” enough to qualify for Michigan Social Security Disability benefits?

A: Social Security Administration (SSA) regulations require that a successful applicant for disability benefits must be completely disabled.  (However, persons over the age of 50 often qualify even if they are able to do some other work). This is unlike some other programs and insurance policies that assist partially disabled persons. The disability must be a physical or mental impairment that is expected to last at least one year (or has already lasted one year) or will result in the applicant’s death. This does not mean, however, that the applicant has to be permanently disabled.

Posted in: Social Security Disability

J.B. Bieske & Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law

19991 Hall Road, Suite 202
Macomb, MI 48044
Phone: 586-977-8100
Get Directions

TALK TO AN EXPERIENCED ATTORNEY

800-331-3530