Samuel K. Silverman, Social Security Disability Lawyer
Sam is dedicated to representing the best interest of his clients. He realizes his clients come to him with serious Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) problems which should and will be handled promptly with respect and dignity. Sam Silverman is a hard-working, experienced Social Security Disability Attorney who will guarantee you will not feel that you have been ignored or that your case has not been taken seriously. Sam has been rated as having very high legal ability and ethical standards by the Martindale Hubbell Legal Directory. Sam is well known and respected in the legal community. You will not find an attorney anywhere with more impressive client testimonials and reviews.
Sam Silverman was born in California in 1965 and graduated from Arizona State University in 1988, Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1993, and received a Master of Laws Degree in Labor Law from Wayne State University in 1997. While in law school, Sam received merit awards and graduated at the top of his class before being trained as a Litigation Attorney in Los Angeles, California. After practicing law in California and Arizona from 1993-1995, Sam moved to Michigan where he now practices law with an office based in Kalamazoo.
After moving to Michigan, Sam completed course work related to his Master of Laws Degree, was a Legal Methods Instructor at Thomas M. Cooley Law School and had a Civil Rights article published by the Nebraska Law Review, and continued to practice law. Sam established the Law Office of Samuel K. Silverman in 1999, and is dedicated to representing the people of Western Michigan. Sam’s primary focus during his legal career has been representing individuals who have been denied Social Security Disability and SSI benefits. Sam is well known as being at the top of the field with regard to representing individuals in Kalamazoo, Portage, Battle Creek, and surrounding areas who have been denied Social Security Disability Benefits and SSI benefits.