North American Disability Advocates represents those applying for Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits and Supplemental Security Income at virtually all levels within the claim process. We assist our clients with the filing and presentation of their case to the Social Security Administration at the initial level. If denied at the initial level we file the Request for Hearing before the Administrative Law Judge and represent our clients through the hearing process. Additionally, we represent clients before the Appeals Counsel and the United States District Court when warranted.
If you have been denied Social Security Disability Benefits, call (231) 722-2999 TODAY for a free Social Security Disability Benefits Consultation. Have a qualified attorney that has handled thousands of disability cases for the Social Security Administration as a Senior Attorney help you with your claim!
The Social Security Disability Determination process is very complex. It involves a combination of Federal Law and Administrative Regulations, which are applied in combination with medical evidence. The medical evidence is used by Administration adjudicators to formulate a "residual functional capacity" that is then used to determine if you are disabled. We can ensure that the proper type of medical evidence needed to prove disability is included in the claim file.
Each year, thousands of people apply for Social Security Disability benefits. And each year, thousands are denied these benefits. If your SSA claim for benefits has been denied, we can persuasively appeal to the government on your behalf. At North American Disability Advocates we’re here to help you navigate the process of getting Social Security Disability benefits. Our staff is solely dedicated to serving adults and children with disabilities throughout Michigan and beyond.
Disability Insurance Benifits (DIB) and Supplemental Security Insurance (SSI) DisabilityRepresentation does not normally involve any out-of-pocket cost. Typically, your attorney is paid about 25% of the past-due benefits (up to a limit of $6,000.00) and the fee must be approved by the Social Security Administration. If you are represented and are found disabled, you will normally receive about 75% of your past-due benefits (25% will be paid to your attorney). Future benefits are all yours to keep.
Social Security Disability Attorney Robert G. Shinn specializes in Social Security disability law. He represents clients in Muskegon, Newaygo, White Cloud, Ludington and surrounding areas.
If you need help from a Social Security lawyer from Muskegon, North American Disability Advocates (NADA) is the firm for successful results. Serving Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Grand Haven, Ludington, Traverse City, West Michigan and beyond! North American Disability Advocates, PLLC is dedicated to helping disabled individuals obtain the Social Security Disability benefits and Supplemental Security Income benefits; We are here to help you, we specialize in Social Security Disability, and SSI claims.
Social Security Disability Representation Is Our Entire Business!
We specialize in social security disablity, benefits of social security, social security claims, social security claims, supplemental social security, social security advocate, and social security administration disability.
We will help guide you throughout the Social Security Disability hearing process, concentrating our practice in covering the State of Michigan, including: Muskegon, Holland, Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Grand Rapids, Fremont, Whitehall, Montague, White Cloud, Newaygo, Shelby, Hart, Pentwater, Mears, Grant, Hesperia, Nunica, White Cloud, Mt. Pleasant, Big Rapids, Ludington, Manistee, Reed City, Cadillac, Traverse City, Kalkaska, Gaylord, Grayling, Petoskey, Houghton Lake, East Jordon, St. Ignace, Mackinaw City, Mancelona, Cedar Springs, Greenville, and any other place where you need help. We help claimaints with: physical impairments, mental impairments, Disability Eligibility, Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Claims Process, Physical Impairment Claims, Aged 50+ Disability Claims, and Mental Disability Claims.