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In the ever-changing field of Social Security disability law, there’s no substitute for the kind of experience that J.B. Bieske has developed over the years.
After receiving his J.D. from the University of San Diego School of Law in 1982, Bieske returned to his home state of Michigan and launched a law practice focusing solely on Social Security disability cases. That practice, devoted to serving the needs of people with disabling conditions in southeastern Michigan, has resulted in thousands of successful benefits claims.
From the beginning, Bieske has committed himself to providing excellent service to his clients and it’s a principle that is followed by the entire law firm staff.
“As a firm, we’re available all the time,” he says. “That’s what makes us different from a lot of firms. We have actual people here and not just a phone system. When clients call, there’s always somebody to talk to.”
Attention to client needs takes other forms as well. For instance, Bieske says, he will sit down with clients to help them fill out documents that they must provide to the Social Security Administration because they deserve close attention.
“Something that’s written on forms early in the process might be used against them later at the hearings and they could lose their case based on one answer when they’re filling out a form at the beginning,” he says. “It happens all the time; so when we have the opportunity, we want to help people fill out the forms.”
Bieske has represented clients at all levels of the appeals process, including several cases that have gone to the Sixth Circuit Court and resulted in favorable rulings for his clients.
Even though he’s remained extremely busy with his own law practice over the years, Bieske has also committed himself to helping his peers who also practice Social Security disability law. He has been active in the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives and has written a book for lawyers about how to effectively practice in this area.
Clearly, Bieske has achieved what he set out to accomplish in 1982. He has built a highly successful law practice and provided peace of mind for thousands of Michiganders.
“I believe that my clients truly have disabling conditions, even though the government is fighting them,” he says. “So I take great satisfaction out of winning these cases.”