Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability Lawyer in Michigan
Adler Stilman, PLLC
Third Floor, Suite 304
Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334
(248) 855-5090 or (888) 873-7173
Law Firm Overview
Adler Stilman, PLLC believe that every hardworking person who gets injured or becomes disabled in southeast Michigan deserves a lawyer who is hardworking, skilled and would give an all-out representation. Our attorneys and staff are fully aware of the laws, forms, procedures and requirements associated with workers’ compensation claims and claims for Social Security disability benefits. For every working day we focus on winning fair compensation for people who were injured on the job, people who have been prevented from working due to disabilities, and accident victims. Contact us if you need help in getting workers’ compensation benefits. We are ready to help you if you need to apply for Social Security disability benefits or your application has been denied. If you are a victim of a car accident or other injury-causing event, call us.
A lifelong Detroit-area resident, our founding attorney Barry Adler has been practicing law since 1979 and leading our firm since 1986. He authorized the workers’ compensation section of the Michigan Lawyer’s Manual and has the highest possible rating of “AV” in the Martindale-Hubbell peer review system. He has been the speaker at numerous legal seminars on our practice areas. Attorney Steven Stilman, on the other hand, is approaching 20 years of legal advocacy for the injured.
At Adler Stilman, PLLC, the entire professional team is inspired by the knowledge that many on-the-job injury victims and disabled people cannot get the benefits they deserve without practical help and skilled legal counsel. Thousands of deserving individuals have been helped win millions of dollars in compensation to support themselves and their families. Together, we have tried and won over 100 workers compensation claims and collected over $100 million for our clients. Our attorneys have a 90 percent success rate in Social Security Disability cases.