South Cook County Social Security Disability Lawyer


When the Social Security Administration denies your claim for Social Security disability insurance (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, you do not have to give up. In many cases, it is possibly to successfully appeal the Social Security Administration's decision and obtain the disability-related benefits you deserve.

For more than 15 years, the Illinois law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law has provided Social Security legal services to residents of the south side of Chicago and surrounding areas of Cook county including: Orland Park, Tinley Park, Lemont, Oak Forest, Oak Lawn and Palos Heights. Firm founder and south South Cook County Social Security Disability attorney Marshall W. Conick has helped hundreds of individuals successfully helped people at all stages in the claims process.

Contact our Orland Park SSD lawyer to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss the particulars of your case.

A Proven Record of Success in Social Security Disability Claims

Cases handled by south South Cook County Social Security Disability attorney Marshall W. Conick are rarely denied. Drawing upon his knowledge of the Social Security Administration's criteria and procedures, he has achieved success with cases pertaining to initial applications and appeals.

Contact a South Cook County Social Security Disability Attorney

If you have questions regarding Social Security Disability law or Supplemental Security Income law, contact an Orland Park SSD lawyer. Our law firm offers free initial consultations with a South Cook County Social Security Disability attorney and does not charge attorney's fees unless we win your case. Call (815) 462-5003 to schedule appointment. Evening and weekend times are available as needed.

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