Macomb County in Southeast Michigan is the third most populated county in the state and includes the communities of Warren, Sterling Heights, and Clinton Township. With more than 18,000 businesses, Macomb County supports the manufacturing, automotive, health care, and retail industries, among others.
Do you need help with Social Security Disability in Macomb County? At Disability Law Group, disability law is all we do. Our SSD Lawyers in Macomb County can help you apply for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). To do so, you must have earned enough work credits through wages or self-employment income. The benefits you will receive depend on your earnings history.
Supplemental Security Income (SSI) differs from SSDI because it is funded through general taxes rather than one you contribute to by paying your individual payroll taxes. Our SSI Lawyers in Macomb County can determine whether you meet the criteria for SSI and help you apply.
If you are one of Michigan’s 600,000 veterans, our VA disability lawyers in Macomb County want to help you apply for VA benefits.
Oakland County includes most of Detroit’s northern suburbs. It is the second most populous county in Michigan and was recently identified as one of the ten wealthiest counties in the United States to have at least one million residents.
At the Disability Law Group, we understand that it can be challenging to navigate disability benefits on your own. Our SSD Lawyers in Oakland County are here to help you with your application for Social Security Disability Insurance, Supplemental Security Income, or both. Although the amount of SSDI benefits depends on your work history, SSI is funded through general tax revenue and is not dependent on your earnings through wages or self-employment income. Our SSI Lawyers in Oakland County can determine whether you are eligible for SSI and other public assistance benefits, including food stamps and Medicaid.
Additionally, if you served your country, our Veterans’ Disability Lawyers in Oakland County want to assist you in applying for Veterans Service-Connected Disability Benefits if you suffer from loss of hearing or sight, loss of a limb, paralysis, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Wayne County, home to Detroit, has more than 1,700,000 residents, making it the most populous county in Michigan. It also boasts sixteen automakers and is responsible for over 20% of U.S. auto production.
If you live in Wayne County and need to apply for disability benefits, contact the Disability Law Group today. Our SSD Lawyers in Wayne County will help determine whether you can pursue Social Security Disability Insurance and/or Supplemental Security Income benefits. We have extensive experience helping Michiganders like you get the benefits they’re entitled to by law.
Your eligibility for SSDI depends on how many work credits you’ve earned by paying income taxes on wages or self-employment income. To be eligible for SSI, our SSI Lawyers in Wayne County must know the following:
- Whether you are legally disabled or over the age of 65
- Whether you are a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident
- Whether you have insufficient income and assets
At the Disability Law Group, our veterans disability lawyers in Wayne County want to help those who’ve been injured serving their country to seek Special Monthly Compensation. This tax-free benefit can assist veterans who are homebound or require full-time care in Wayne County. Other potential veterans’ benefits you may be eligible for include health care, life insurance, home loans, and monthly disability checks.
If you live in any of the counties above and are interested in learning more about the disability benefits for which you may qualify, contact Disability Law Group.