Seth T. Seidell, Attorney at Law, PLC

Seth T. Seidell, Attorney at Law, PLC

Seth T. Seidell provides top shelf Social Security Disability legal representation to individuals in the counties of Oakland, Macomb, Genesee, and Wayne, Michigan.

Firm Overview

Seth T. Seidell has been practicing law in the State of Michigan since 1997, representing both businesses and individuals. The law firm primarily concentrates its legal practice in the areas of Social Security Disability representation, employment, business, and contract law. Seth has been practicing law since 1997 and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (1992) and a Juris Doctorate degree (Cum Laude, Law Review) from Thomas M. Cooley Law School (1997). Seth maintains a private legal practice and has worked previously for several mid-sized laws firms, businesses, and the MI Attorney General's office. Seth has successfully represented Social Security Disability claimants for many years.

Main Office

Main Office
805 Oakwood Drive
Suite 202
Rochester MI 48307

Phone

(248) 798-5931

Fax

(248) 218-0166

Fees

Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Contingency fee based on Social Security Disability Rules

Office Information

Office Hours

8am-5pm

Emergency After Hours

No

Languages Spoken

English

SSDI

Attorney Seth T. Seidell specializes in the area of Social Security Disability representation for claimants residing in Oakland, Macomb, Genesee, and Wayne, Michigan.

Seth T. Seidell has been practicing law in the State of Michigan since 1997, representing both businesses and individuals. The law firm primarily concentrates its legal practice in the areas of Social Security Disability representation, employment, business, and contract law. Seth has been practicing law since 1997 and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science (1992) and a Juris Doctorate degree (Cum Laude) from Thomas M. Cooley Law School (1997). Seth maintains a private legal practice and has worked previously for several mid-sized laws firms, businesses, and the MI Attorney General's office. Seth has represented Social Security Disability claimants for many years, and has been very successful in getting claimants SSD benefits.

Seth T. Seidell

Seth T. Seidell, Attorney at Law, PLC

Seth has been practicing law since 1997 and currently concentrates a substantial portion of his legal practice in the Social Security Disability arena for MI claimant's in the counties of Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, and Genesee, Michigan, Seth was born and grew up in Northern Michigan. Prior to and while going to college he worked in the construction field with a general contracting firm. During law school, he clerked for a mid-sized, full service law firm as well as for the Michigan Attorney General's office. He began his law career working for a short period of time for both a construction and asbestos litigation firm. From 1997-2012 he was General Counsel for one of the largest privately held professional employer organizations in Michigan, which provided companies outsourced services in the areas of human resources, payroll, benefits and risk management. He has served on several local and national industry boards and has published articles in both local and national trade magazines. He was a mediator for several years for small claims court. He receives referrals from multiple MI bar associations. He has successfully represented MI Social Security Disability claimants for many years from inception of the initial filing all the way through the hearing process.

License

Bar Number: 53158
Michigan, 1997

Education

Oakland University
Bachelor of Arts, 1992

WMU Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Juris Doctor, 1997

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