Practice Areas

Illinois Social Security Disability and Trial Attorney

"I handle each case as you would expect — as if your welfare depends on it."

When you are injured or disabled, you may need Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits to help cope with medical expenses and with loss of income. But how do you work to ensure your benefits claim will be successful and that you will receive the Social Security income you deserve?

At the New Lenox, Illinois, law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, we have handled hundreds of Social Security claims, and know what really works when pursuing benefits. The administrative law judges that review Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits claims have a large amount of discretion in deciding cases, and they use federal guidelines that demand attention to every detail — details that can permanently derail a case.

Lawyer Marshall Conick knows how to prepare your case. The result? Hundreds of successful benefit claims, and hundreds of thousands of dollars in income benefits awarded. Contact us with any questions regarding Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income, including questions pertaining to:

For a no-charge discussion of your legal concerns with an experienced attorney, contact Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law.

Contact Us

If you have questions regarding Social Security Disability law or Supplemental Security Income law, don't drive all the way to downtown Chicago. Instead, contact our 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 contact us, call (815) 462-5003.

The latest from our blog...

  • There are currently almost 11 million people in this country who receive Social Security disability payments every month and are dependent on those benefits to survive. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), the average monthly disability payment is $1,146. The trust fund that pays those disability payments is separate from the fund that pays retirement benefits. […] The post Will the SSI Fund Run Out of Money? appeared first on Illinois Social Security Disability Blog.

  • In 2008, the Social Security Administration began the process of replacing its outdated computer systems. The system that was in place was unable to handle the sharp increase of disability claims that were being filed. It was projected that it would take two to three years for the new system to be in place. Today, six years […] The post New Report Slams SSA Mismanagement of Computer System Replacement Project appeared first on Illinois Social Security Disability Blog.

  • According to information released by the Social Security Administration, the Social Security Disability Insurance approval rate is at the lowest it has been in five years. To qualify for SSDI, a person must be younger than the age of retirement and are unable to work because of an injury or disability. The length of time the disability will […] The post SSDI Approval Rate at its Lowest in Five Years appeared first on Illinois Social Security Disability Blog.