Kane County Social Security Disability Lawyer


Living with a disability isn't easy. Securing the disability-related benefits you need shouldn't be yet another challenge you have to face. Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration doesn't make the process user-friendly. In fact, a majority of initial claims for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) are denied.

If you need assistance completing an initial application for SSD or SSI or if you have received adenial of your claim, securing the assistance of a trusted Kane County Social Security Disability lawyer can make all the difference. Contact Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law to put a strong advocate on your side.

An Illinois Law Firm Recognized for Excellence

In our more than 15 15-year history, the Illinois law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, has provided Social Security Disability legal services to hundreds of residents of Kane County, in communities including: Aurora, St. Charles, Geneva and Elgin. Kane County Social Security Disability attorney Marshall Conick is recognized by former clients and his peer for consistently delivering effective legal representation to those in need of Social Security Disability Insurance or Supplemental Security Income.

Contact a Kane County Social Security Disability Attorney

By putting an experienced Geneva area SSD lawyer on your side, you greatly increase your chances of a successful claim, granting you the means to continue to live a life of dignity.

If you have questions regarding Social Security Disability law or Supplemental Security Income law, contact a Kane County Social Security Disability attorney at (815) 462-5003. Our Illinois SSD and SSI law firm offers free initial consultations and evening and weekend appointments. We do not charge attorney's fees unless we win your case.

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