Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Stu Johnson received his law degree from Detroit College of Law in 1991, was admitted to the Michigan Bar shortly thereafter. He focused his career exclusively on disability, starting his own Social Security disability firm in 1999. Since that time the firm has expanded to include VA disability and appeals to The United States District Court. Over the past twenty-five years he’s helped thousands of disabled people receive benefits.
"My mother taught preschool children with disabilities and she told us stories about "her kids" every night over dinner. Going into disability law was like entering the family business in a way."
Stu is a member of the State Bar of Michigan Social Security section and National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives.
Our Priority: Getting You your Benefits
People in Michigan, who are disabled and seeking federal disability benefits, need a trusted and understanding attorney. At the Disability Attorneys of Michigan, we take pride in using our legal knowledge and skill to serve disabled people, and give our clients the best chance of obtaining the benefits they deserve. Our goal is to help you win the benefits that you need and deserve. We focus on claims involving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), Supplemental Security Income (SSI), and Veterans’ Disability Compensation. Our Michigan disability attorneys provide representation at all stages in the appeals process.
Mr. Johnson, I really want to thank your team and yourself for such a great job in getting my social security so fast, and if anyone ever needs an attorney, I will be sure to give them your name. Thanks again.
– David M
Awards & Memberships
State Bar of Michigan, Social Security Section, Member
National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, Member
Pro Bono Service Award - Senior Services, from the Macomb County Bar Association (2000)
Detroit College of Law, J.D., 1991
Central Michigan University, 1986
My mother was an inspiration to me, as a pre-primary special education teacher who loved her work. She would talk about “her kids” at the dinner table so often that my family felt like we knew her students. I often visited her classroom and truly admired her dedication to people in need.
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