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EXPERIENCED CHICAGOLAND SSD ATTORNEY HELPING YOU GET THE BENEFITS YOU DESERVE

When the Social Security Administration denies your claim for Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, how can you ensure that you present a strong case when you appeal?

The New Lenox, Illinois, law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, has provided Social Security legal services to the south, southwest and entire Chicagoland area for more than 20 years. Firm founder and Chicago disability attorney Marshall W. Conick has helped hundreds of individuals successfully obtain Social Security-related benefits and works with people at all stages in the claims process, including:

Contact our Illinois Social Security Disability attorney to arrange a free initial consolation concerning your disability claim.

A History of Successful Appeals

The Social Security Administration routinely denies the vast majority of claims and approves hundreds of claims when they are resubmitted by a Chicagoland SSD lawyer with knowledge of claims criteria and procedures. At Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, the cases we have handled are rarely denied. If you are unable to work and need Social Security disability insurance benefits or Supplemental Security Income benefits, our Chicago disability attorney and staff are prepared to help.

Contact an Illinois Disability Attorney

If you have questions regarding Social Security Disability law or Supplemental Security Income law, do not drive all the way to downtown Chicago. Instead, contact our law firm which is conveniently located in New Lenox, just off Route 30. We offer free initial consultations, are available for evening and weekend appointments and charge no fee unless we win. To schedule an appointment, call (630) 953-9055.

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