Attorney Lewis Seward's Primary Practice Areas in Bay City, Michigan and the Surrounding Communities Include:
Bay City, Michigan lawyer, Mr. Lewis M. Seward, maintains a Social Security Disability, Wills, Deeds, Estate Planning and Federal Court Appeals at Seward, Tally and Piggott, P.C. located in Bay City, Michigan.
His practice regions include the Thumb of Michigan, the Tri-cities and counties north to Alpena and Cadillac. He holds the highest (AV) rating in the Martindale-Hubbell ranking of attorneys Nationally since 2012. Click here to see the ranking on Martindale-Hubbell.
Attorney Lewis Seward has 12 years of experience in the healthcare field including six years as a medical reviewer for Medicare and Medicaid. In addition to his law degree from Cooley Law school, he holds a Bachelors and Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration.
Bay City Attorney, Lewis Seward has been active in the State Bar of Michigan Social Security Section holding positions as Chairperson and Vice chair.
Mr. Seward was the disability law editor for the book entitled “Advising the Older Client or Client with a Disability” used by attorneys and published by the Institute for Continuing Legal Education at the University of Michigan.
In January 2018 he was a featured editor in the Michigan Bar Journal in their annual publication of Elder Law and Disability Rights. (Volume 97 No. 1 entitled “Significant Regulatory Changes for Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income”) To view the article click here.
Mr. Seward was the newsletter editor for the Social Security Section for the State Bar of Michigan for 16 years from 2002-2018 publishing numerous articles related to changes in the law, revisions to impairments, recent trends and practice tips. To view some of these newsletters click here.
Mr. Seward is a lecturer both locally and nationally, on various topics related to Social Security Disability Law, Medicare, Medicaid and Estate planning. He would be happy to talk to your organization or support group.
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All Social Security, Personal Injury and Workers Compensation cases are accepted on a contingency fee basis. The attorney's fees are a percentage of the client's settlement, verdict or recovery. If there is no recovery, there is no attorney's fee.