Experienced Aurora Social Security Law Firm
Kane County SSD Lawyer
In Aurora and throughout the state of Illinois, the number of applicants for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits is growing. The process of securing benefit approval can be quite daunting and many people fail to ever obtain the compensation they rightfully deserve. If you or someone you know is unable to work due to long-term injury or disability, you need the advice and counsel of an experienced Social Security law attorney. The Law Office of Marshall W. Conick has secured SSDI and SSI benefits for clients in Aurora, and throughout Kane County, Will, Cook, DuPage, and Kendall Counties, and all of southwest Chicago.
You May Qualify for SSDI and/or SSI
You may qualify for SSDI if you have suffered an injury or are living with a condition that will not allow you to work. You may qualify for SSI if you are aged or disabled people with little or no income. Even if you are already receiving SSDI compensation, you may be eligible for SSI benefits as well.
Legal Advocacy and Proven Results
SSDI and SSI benefits are routinely denied first time around. Your chances for favorable results in seeking these benefits are greatly improved if you diligently follow the procedures and requirements the federal government prescribes throughout the application and review processes. This is most important in the submission of substantiating medical documentation and meeting the required timelines for appropriate submitting documents and appeal requests. When you retain the legal services of the Law Office of Marshall W. Conick, our knowledge and experience can help alleviate the stress and uncertainty you will likely encounter on your own. We can facilitate the entire SSDI/SSI process, including:
- Explain your rights and answer all your questions
- Help complete claim examiner application documents
- Direct the collection of appropriate supporting documentation
- Set up initial application interviews with Social Security
- Administration officers
- Prep you for initial interviews and hearings
- Represent you at hearings in each phase of the benefit approval process
The Law Office of Marshall Conick is available to help you benefit from the SSDI or SSI law. Each case is handled with sensitivity and individualized consideration. When you have questions throughout your legal process, we will clearly explain your case and answer your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Contact us for a free initial consultation. If your illness or injuries prevent your travel to our New Lenox, Illinois offices, we will come to you. If needed, evening and weekend appointments can be arranged. We have represented clients in Aurora, and throughout Kane, Cook, Will, DuPage, and Kendall Counties, and all of southwest Chicago. Let us protect your rights and win for you the benefits you deserve. You pay nothing unless we win your case.
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