An Experienced And Local Social Security Disability Lawyer
If you suffer from a physical or mental disability that keeps you from working, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. The process of obtaining those benefits can be overwhelming. The majority of applicants are denied.
The good news: With an experienced attorney guiding you through the process, you can significantly improve your chances of obtaining a successful outcome.
I handle Social Security Disability claims and appeals for clients in New Lenox and throughout the Chicago metropolitan area including Will and Kankakee counties. With more than 20 years of experience as an advocate representing individuals against the Social Security Administration in Illinois, I can give you the best possible chance of obtaining the benefits you need and deserve.
I handle both Social Security Disability (also known as SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims and appeals. Whatever your legal needs, I am prepared to meet them.
Making The Process Simple For you
The process of applying for Social Security Disability benefits is complex. If your claim is denied, the appeals process presents many challenges. I am here to handle all of the red tape and legal hurdles so that the process is as simple and straightforward for you as possible.
I can help you understand the Social Security Administration’s eligibility requirements and how they apply in your situation. I can answer all the questions you might have about the Social Security Disability process.
As a solo practitioner, I work with my clients personally. Your file will not be passed from one attorney to another. It will stay with me.
There are national services that process thousands of Social Security Disability claims. You have probably seen their commercials on television. Because I am a local attorney with a law office in New Lenox, you can work with me directly. When you have questions about your claim or appeal, you can call me. I can represent you from your initial application through the Social Security Disability appeals process.