How We Can Help You


Have you thought about filing for disability?

Have you filed recently and received a denial?

Have you worked at least 10 years in your life?

Filing a successful disability income claim can be a challenging process, especially without the right legal representation. According to the SSA’s published database*, from January 2014 to June 2015, disability applications were denied on average 67.532%* – that is almost 7 out of 10!

According to a recent article on it was said, “the most important reason to hire an attorney to help with your disability case is that your chances of being approved are significantly increased. While it’s certainly true that some people who apply on their own are approved for benefits, statistics show that, everything else being equal, Social Security is more likely to approve an applicant who’s represented by legal counsel than one who isn’t.”

AJM Disability Advocates has the experience and training to help you with:

Filing Your Disability Claim

Presenting Your Claim in the Most Favorable Manner

Right from the start of your claim, we build you a complete, concise, and consistent record that the Social Security Administration can use to assess your claim.

Representing You Before and During Your Social Security Hearing

AJM Disability Advocates will also assist you in filing the proper forms to request a social security hearing. Assemble, organize, and evaluate your medical evidence and work history record prior to any hearing. Submit any other necessary documentation (i.e. legal briefs or requests) to the Administrative Law Judge assigned to your hearing. Make appropriate legal arguments both before and during your hearing. Question the vocational expert (VE), medical experts, or third party witnesses during your hearing when necessary. Answer any questions the Administrative Law Judge may have during your hearing.

Plus, we do not collect any fees or costs for representing your claim unless you win.

Getting Started Is Easy!

Call now: 1-586-929-0654 for your free phone consult regarding your claim, you may also schedule an appointment to meet in person.

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Meet Your Attorney:

Attorney Andrew J. Maurer

Andrew Maurer is the founder and CEO of AJM Disability Advocates, PLLC. He first interned with the Disability Law Clinic at Wayne State University in 2010. Later he worked for the federal government, serving as an Attorney Adviser and decision-writer for the Office of Disability Adjudication and Review (ODAR).

In this position, Andrew received extensive training from the Social Security Administration in Social Security Disability Law and contributed his legal expertise to many SSD and SSI decisions on behalf of the agency.

Andrew received a B.A. from the University of Michigan in 2000 and graduated with honors from Wayne State Law School, receiving his J.D. in 2008.  He is licensed to practice in the State of Michigan.

Born with Cerebral Palsy, Andrew has always been active in the disability community and with various charities.  He serves as the chairman and trustee for the Disability Network of Oakland & Macomb (DNOM) and is proud to be a member of the Wishmaker Club for the Make-A-Wish Foundation.



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*Data Source: Average denial rate from January 1986 to June 2015 was 57.856%. Denial rate was calculated by dividing total number of awards by total number of applications, then subtracting the award percentage from 100%. To arrive at the 67.532% rate, an average was taken from the calculated denial rates from January 2014 to June 2015. This data was retrieved on 7/15/2015.

NOLO Article Source: – This data was retrieved on 7/15/2015.