Dedicated Local Representation

Obtaining the Social Security Disability benefits you need is a critical quest and often a lengthy process. At Babut Law Offices, PLLC, we believe strongly in the value of dedicated local representation, and this is one reason we maintain full-service offices in Ypsilanti, Taylor, Jackson and Adrian to best serve our clients across southeast Michigan.

Accessible and Responsive Legal Counsel Wherever You Reside in Michigan

Babut Law Offices, PLLC, is a Michigan law firm through and through, not a nationwide company advertising for business with the intention of contracting with someone else to represent you. From your free consultation forward, you will know where you stand, whom you can contact and what we believe we can accomplish for you. Whether you have questions about the application process, SSD interplay with other government benefits, or how our firm will approach appealing your denied claim, we will welcome your call from anywhere in the following areas:

To find your local SSA office, visit https://secure.ssa.gov/ICON/main.jsp.

From the beginning, our lawyers will help you identify the nearest Social Security Administration office in your area. You will find our continued and ongoing SSD counsel to be knowledgeable, thorough and catered to your individual needs.

A Proven Attorney Focused Exclusively On Social Security Claim Success

Should your case ultimately require a hearing or appeal in Detroit, Flint, Lansing, Livonia, Oak Park, Toledo or elsewhere, dedicated attorney J. Gregory (Greg) Frye will help you prepare and appear with you as counsel, bringing a track record of success to bear on your case.

One Number to Call: 1-800-671-8068 for Experienced Southeast Michigan Social Security Disability Lawyers

To talk through your Social Security Disability law issues and challenges, please contact our law firm today. We will provide upfront counsel you can trust and services on a contingency basis, which means you will owe no attorney fees until we take on your case and you get SSDI or SSI benefits.