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Raising Awareness of Social Security Disability Insurance

Unemployment and SSDI Benefits: Can You Apply for Both?

Claims for SSD Include a Long Wait for a Hearing

Are You Eligible for Social Security Disability Benefits?

Litigating the Insurance Claim*

*The DuPage County Bar Association grants permission to reprint the article entitled, "Litigating the Insurance Claim: What Every Plaintiff's Attorney Needs to Know", by Marshall W. Conick, from Volume 17, Issue 1, the September, 2004 issue of the DCBA Brief magazine, with appropriate attribution to the Brief. Copyright 2004, DCBA Brief, All Rights Reserved.

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