Is There A 12-Month Waiting Period to File DIB?
If you are unable to work and need Disability Insurance Benefits (DIB), do not wait to contact an experienced attorney. Some people think that they must wait 12 months to file for benefits, but that is not so.
To be eligible for DIB, you must have a physical or mental disability, or a combination of physical and mental disabilities, which have significantly impaired your ability to work for a year, or which are expected to significantly impact your ability to work for at least a year (or which may result in death).
The key word is expected. If you have a condition that is likely to impact your ability to work for at least a year, contact an attorney immediately to get the application process started. For help in southeast Michigan, call William C Babut PC, at (734) 485-7000.
Experienced, Caring, Dedicated Advocates
At William C Babut PC, we have represented thousands of clients in DIB cases. Our southeast Michigan law firm helps adults, children and survivors obtain Disability Insurance Benefits. If you are not eligible for DIB, we may be able to help you obtain Supplemental Security Income (SSI), a type of benefit available for people who have limited income and assets and who are 65 or younger, blind or disabled.
Contact Our Michigan DIB Claims Lawyers
We handle all Social Security Disability cases on a contingency fee basis, so you pay no fees to us unless we recover for you. To speak with one of our Social Security Disability attorneys, call (734) 485-7000, or contact us by email.