Attorney Lewis Seward's Primary Practice Areas in Bay City, Michigan and the Surrounding Communities Include:
Bay City, Michigan lawyer, Mr. Lewis Seward, maintains a social security, wills, estate planning, federal court appeals and power of attorney practice at Seward, Tally and Piggott, P.C. located in Bay City, Michigan. His practice regions include Midland, Saginaw and the surrounding communities. Mr. Seward is the current Editor of the Social Security Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan which he has held since 2002. In the past, he held the position of Chairperson.
Mr. Lewis Seward has twelve years of experience in the health care 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 Bachelor's and Master's degree in Health Care Administration.
Mr. Seward is a lecturer, both locally and nationally, on various topics related to Social Security Disability law. He is also the current Disability Law Editor for the book entitled, "Advising the Older Client or Client with a Disability," published by the Institute for Continuing Legal Education used by attorneys and financial institutions.
Bay City, MI lawyer, Lewis Seward, creates publications for the Social Security Lawyers Section of the State Bar. Spring newsletter topics include significant regulatory changes, revisions to mental impairments, updated rules and updated Social Security rates. To view this newsletter, click here.
Attorney Lewis Seward and the firm of Seward, Tally & Piggott, P.C. bring a wealth of professional experience and integrity to your case. Mr. Seward is compassionate and will listen to your story and help you with every step of your case. Call him today to set up an appointment to discuss your case. We look forward to working with you!
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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.