Livonia Social Security Disability

Located in northwestern Wayne County, Michigan, Livonia is a large Detroit Metro suburb, with a population of nearly 97,000. The retail, warehousing and distribution, and healthcare industries make up the foundation of the local economy, though education also plays a part.

Livonia is among the communities served by the Region 5 District Office of the Social Security Administration in Chicago, IL. The Chicago office distributes Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Income to nearly 408,600 individuals and is responsible for processing almost 32,000 new claims annually.

SSDI is issued to those who are unable to work due to extended or complete disability. To qualify for SSDI, you must meet the SSA’s disability requirements. You must also have enough work credits over the course of your employment, especially the last ten years prior to your SSD claim. If you don’t meet work credit requirements, you may still be eligible to receive SSI.

Apply for Livonia Social Security Disability Benefits

Applying for Livonia Social Security Disability benefits is a complicated, lengthy and confusing process. As such, it is best undertaken with legal help. A Livonia disability lawyer can be quite beneficial by walking you through the entire process and increasing your chances of receiving benefits.

The SSA finds only about 30 percent of initial applications SSDI from Michigan eligible for benefits in the Chicago office. Those not found eligible during the initial review must go through a reconsideration review, though only about 22 percent see favorable results at this stage. All others must file an appeal if they wish to continue pursuing disability benefits.

The majority of Livonia Social Security Disability claims which are denied are lacking in sufficient medical documentation for proving disability. The SSA requires particular tests and types of treatment and a Livonia disability attorney can assist you in getting the proper medical care to satisfy SSA guidelines and stipulations.

Additionally, having legal assistance early in the application process may help prevent the need for additional reviews or appeals. Even if you’re initially denied, a Livonia Social Security attorney can help improve your chances receiving benefits in the long run.

Below is the primary local Social Security office that accepts initial applications for Livonia Social Security Disability:

Livonia Social Security Disability Office
34010 Plymouth Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150

Livonia Social Security Disability Resources

Anyone living in Livonia can apply for SSI (or SSDI) at their closest Social Security office in Michigan.

To be eligible for SSD benefits you must show you’ve received ongoing and appropriate medical care for your disability condition(s), but paying for healthcare with limited financial resources can be very difficult. Here are some of the Livonia disability resources for free and low cost medical services, including several clinics and offices in nearby communities.

Warrant Livonia Wellness Services
31705 Plymouth Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 266-7840

Livonia Medical Center
9216 Middlebelt Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150
(734) 427-3500

Western Wayne Family Health Center
2500 Hamlin Dr.
Inkster, MI 48141
(313) 561-5100

The Pickens Center
15639 W McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI 48235
(313) 835-5990

Thea Bowman Community Health Center
15400 W McNichols Rd.
Detroit, MI 48235
(313) 255-3333

Your Livonia Disability Claim

All successful claims for Livonia disability benefits contain the right medical documentation. Before submitting your initial claim, consider having it reviewed by a Livonia Social Security attorney. Doing so makes it more likely you’ll see a favorable outcome in the claims process.

A Livonia disability lawyer will review all of the documentation in your application and make sure it meets SSA guidelines. If your case ends up in the appeals process, your Livonia Social Security lawyer can help prepare your testimony and can argue your case before the ALJ at the appeals hearing as well.

Disability attorneys charge no fees upfront for their services and only get paid if you’re approved for benefits. For a free case evaluation or to learn more about hiring a Livonia Social Security Disability attorney, click here now.