Royal Oak Social Security Disability Attorneys
Our law firm features attorneys with more than 80 years of combined experience and a team of highly skilled and knowledgeable case managers and legal assistants. We focus all of this talent and resources on one thing – helping people like you throughout the Royal Oak area to pursue the federal disability benefits they are due.
We know every little detail about the claims process, and we also know the big impact that benefits can have on our clients’ lives. We truly care about their future and work hard for them. We are proud to say that many clients come to us because they heard about us from those we served in the past.
We Are Passionate About What We Do
People often come to our offices in Detroit, Warren or Royal Oak during their darkest hours. They are suffering from a physical or mental impairment that prevents them from being able to work, earn money and pay bills. They are concerned about their family and their future. Our goal is to lighten their burdens.
We then get to work right away on preparing an accurate and complete application for them. We go the extra mile to ensure the application includes the information that claims reviewers will need to make a decision on their claim.
If a person comes to us because his or her claim was denied, we work hard to appeal the decision, including representing them at administrative hearings and, if necessary, filing a lawsuit on their behalf in federal court. Throughout the process, we keep close track of the claim’s progress and make sure our clients are kept updated.
We also go beyond providing legal representation. We help our clients to find medical care, affordable housing and assistance for other legal matters. We are truly passionate about making a meaningful difference in their lives.
We charge nothing for our legal services unless and until we recover benefits for our clients. Because the SSA regulates attorney fees, it usually costs about the same no matter which firm you choose. Why not pick a firm that focuses solely on disability benefits and has the skills, experience, resources and dedication that you need to help you get through a difficult time?
Read Our Client Testimonials:
“My attorney Adam Banton and his assistants made sure everything needed before my hearing was on point. I was extremely pleased with the amount of concern and care received as their client. From corresponding over the phone to the initial meeting the day of my hearing, Mr. Banton and his team of experts were very professional and genuinely compassionate towards the preparation and needs for my case. Awesome law firm here. I highly recommend and that them from my heart.” -Andrea D., Royal Oak MI
Royal Oak Legal Resources:
44th District Court – The Legislature in Lansing established District Courts in Michigan about 28 years ago to help relieve the overcrowded State Circuit Courts. There are about 100 District Courts in the State of Michigan. The District Court has exclusive jurisdiction in all civil litigation up to $25,000, small claims, garnishment proceedings, evictions, and land contract and mortgage foreclosures. In the criminal area, District Courts handle all arraignments, most misdemeanor cases, the setting and acceptance of bail, bench and jury trials, sentencings, and preliminary examinations in felony case. The District Court handles all traffic cases including parking , informal and formal hearings, and trials.
Royal Oak Police Department – The mission of the Royal Oak Police Department is to keep Royal Oak safe. The Police Department is committed to building Michigan’s premier police agency that is a recognized leader for efficiency, effectiveness, innovation, and public safety.
Royal Oak Public Library – The mission of the Royal Oak Public Library is to be an informational, intellectual, cultural and recreational resource for all people; to inspire the spirit, educate the mind, and be a center of community pride. The Royal Oak Public Library is thereby a limited public forum. The Royal Oak Public Library Board has authority to establish and enforce reasonable regulations for the benefit of patrons of the library, in keeping with its mission. In observance of its mission and to make library property and services available to everyone on a safe and equitable basis, to ensure the ability of staff members to conduct library business and to safeguard library property against misuse or abuse, the following rules for behavior in and around the library facility are established by the Royal Oak Public Library Board of Trustees.