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Law Offices of Zamler, Mellen & Shiffman Release Social Security Disability FAQ Guide to Help Applicants

SOUTHFIELD, MI–(Marketwire – Oct 26, 2011) – The team of experienced Michigan social security disability lawyers at Zamler, Mellen & Shiffman, P.C. has recently released an article containing the most frequently asked questions about the process of applying for Social Security Disability benefits and the challenges that applicants commonly face.

The list includes questions about who qualifies for Social Security Disability benefits, how to apply for benefits, and what to do if initially denied. The article also describes the different types of benefits provided for disabled workers under the Social Security system, many of which are unknown to the average worker.

Because the majority of applicants are denied their Social Security Disability benefits, it is also extremely beneficial to know the requirements and the process for making an appeal. The complex system can often prove to be very challenging for applicants, so resources like this FAQ guide can be very valuable to disabled workers.

“We are more than happy to provide a FAQ guide for the citizens of Michigan,” says Joshua Syme, an attorney who oversees Michigan Social Security Disability cases at Zamler, Mellen & Shiffman, P.C. “Unfortunately, many injured workers in the state of Michigan are unaware of the process of claiming Social Security benefits. We hope that this FAQ guide will help to inform workers about their available options and address their uncertainties about the process.”

About Zamler, Mellen & Shiffman
Zamler, Mellen & Shiffman, P.C. has been defending victims of personal injury cases in Michigan since our establishment in 1969. Over the years, our Michigan personal injury lawyers have helped over 150,000 people and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for victims of negligence. Our experienced Michigan Social Security Disability attorneys can help recover benefits for ill and injured workers and their families. Call us today for a free consultation at 1-800-LAWYERS (in Michigan) or 1-888-FREE LAW (outside Michigan).

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