The Grand Rapids law firm of Ryan, Podein, Postema & Westgate, P.C. represents clients throughout West Michigan, including Kent County, Muskegon County, Kalamazoo County, and communities of Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Holland,
Kent, Kalamazoo, and surrounding areas.
We serve clients in the following matters:
SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY
Have you or a family member been involved in a serious accident or injury caused by another party’s negligence?
If you have been injured in Michigan, you need an experienced team of personal injury attorneys on your side with the skills and resources to help you fully recover – physically, personally, and financially.
It is important to contact a social security disability lawyer immediately after you have been denied social security disability benefits. You only have 60 days from the date of your denial letter to appeal. Our Grand Rapids social security disability attorneys will be able to make your appeal through the Social Security Administration a much easier endeavor.
Your workplace should be a safe place. Therefore, if you are injured while you are working you should be entitled to workers' compensation benefits. Our workers' compensation attorneys will help you fight your employers insurance company so you obtain the compensation you need to recover from your work related injury.
As a result of Michigan's no-fault system, if you have been in a car, truck, motorcycle, or boat accident you can recover payment for your lost wages, medical bills, and property damage. However, if you want to recover pain and suffering you will have to make a claim against the third party responsible for your auto accident. Our auto accident attorneys have experience preparing your case to maximize
People are often under the misconception that truck accidents are mainly caused by truck drivers. In reality, other drivers making regrettable decisions when driving around trucks often cause these accidents. This includes cutting trucks off, tailgating trucks and even traveling in blind spots.Unfortunately, the public often view trucks as a nuisance on the road instead of important contribution
to the economy.
Injuries can occur in many professions. But it is unfortunate that they are more prevalent in the construction industry. This is because of the work’s dangerous nature. As is the case with workers in other industries who get injured on the job, injured construction employees are eligible for workers' compensation coverage while they recuperate.