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  • Washtenaw County Seal

    Of the estimated 13,000 Washtenaw County residents eligible for the Health Michigan Plan, Michigan’s expanded Medicaid plan under the Affordable Care Act, more than 7,400 have successfully enrolled since the roll out began April 1st. Many of my clients (both Social Security and Workers’ Compensation) who were previously without a way to treat now have…

    a week+ ago
  • social_security_disability_deny

    For years I have dealt with clients who have applied for Social Security benefits simultaneously with applying for unemployment benefits. In Michigan you must certify every 2 weeks that are ready, willing & able to work to draw unemployment benefits. And most people seeking Social Security disability or SSI benefits must be unable to work.…

    a month+ ago

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  • Message From Attorney Crawforth  DON’T LIKE OBAMACARE? WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE SNYDERCARE! As many know, in addition to representing disabled people before the Social Security Administration, I represent those injured at work before the Board of Magistrates of the Worker’s Compensation Agency. This practice area has become much tougher since Governor Rick Snyder took office.  …

    4+ months ago
  • Message From Attorney Crawforth OBAMACARE SET TO TAKE EFFECT The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, takes effect January 1, 2014. Open enrollment begins October 1, 2013. Plans and prices will be available then. Open enrollment closes March 31, 2014. A visit to www.healthcare.gov/ will give you information regarding the Healthcare…

    10+ months ago

Michigan Social Security Disability Insurance Attorney & SSDI Lawyer Services

Michigan Social Security Disability Attorney & Lawyer

You may be eligible for Social Security Disability Insurance or SSI benefits. Since 1979 Attorney William Crawforth has obtained Social Security disability or SSI benefits for over 2,000 clients resulting in millions of dollars in benefits for these clients.

If you are a Michigan resident and have become disabled, you may be eligible to claim Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits or SSI benefits. If you’ve already applied for Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits or SSI benefits and have been denied because Social Security doesn’t believe you are disabled, you will need to appeal. You may need to appear before an Administrative Law Judge for a hearing to get the Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits or SSI benefits you deserve.

Many persons applying for Social Security Disability Insurance Benefits or SSI benefits were injured at work and may be eligible for Worker’s Compensation benefits.

Attorney William Crawforth offers legal services to help you claim your rights to these three types of disability benefits:

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)

Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits are based on the amount that you paid into the system during your working years. Generally this amount will vary between approximately $200 to $2000 per month or even more.

Supplemental Security Income (SSI)

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are paid to individuals who are both disabled and meet certain financial criteria. SSI is a “needs based” benefit based on the assets and income in your household. An individual cannot have more than $2,000 in non-exempt assets. A couple cannot have more than $3,000 in non-exempt assets. A spouse’s income will lower or eliminate your ability to draw SSI. SSI disability benefits are also available for children 18 years old and younger who are disabled and whose parents (or guardians) meet the financial criteria. In 2014 the maximum SSI benefit for an individual is $721 per month.

Worker’s Compensation

Many of the disabled people Attorney William Crawforth represents were hurt at work. Many don’t realize they may be entitled to Workers Compensation benefits. Some have been told by their employer or its insurance company that their injury was “pre-existing”. Sometimes they are told because their injury came on over time they aren’t eligible.

Nothing could be further from the truth. If you are unable to perform your normal job you may be eligible for Workers Compensation benefits even if you aren’t totally disabled according to Social Security. Attorney William Crawforth has pursued Worker’s Compensation benefits for disabled workers in conjunction with his Social Security practice since 1989.  He has obtained millions of dollars in benefits for hundreds of clients.

If you think your disability was caused or aggravated by your job contact Attorney William Crawforth for a free consultation.

  • State Bar of Michigan
  • Washtenaw County Bar Association
  • National Organization of Social Security Claimants' Representatives

Call today if you have questions about the Michigan Social Security Disability Attorney and Lawyer Services provided by William Crawforth.

To schedule an appointment call 1-888-890-1244 or fill out the contact form at the top of this page.