Joliet Social Security Benefits Lawyer
Legal Help When Your Social Security Disability Claim Is Delayed
Regardless of the severity and obviousness of your disability, the average time period between the initial application and the receipt of the first benefit check is approximately one and half years.
At the New Lenox, Illinois, Social Security law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, we have helped disabled individuals obtain Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income benefits since 1990s. For help in managing an efficient and thoroughly prepared Social Security claim, contact our firm.
Social Security benefit claims normally involve many stages and can include:
- The initial application process
- The filing of the Request for Reconsideration and Request for Hearing
- The administrative hearing
- Other appeal options
We can work to ensure your forms are completed correctly and that they are filed promptly. We can work with you and treating physicians submit information that strongly supports your claim and clearly illustrates your medical challenges; and we attend your administrative hearing and use experience to present a strong and persuasive claim on your behalf.
The cost of representation? A one-time fee which is limited by federal law. With our help, you can work to secure your right to years of prompt Social Security income.
Contact Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, in New Lenox for experienced legal help regarding a prompt and efficient processing of your Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income benefits claim. We are located just off Route 30, offer free initial consultations, are available for evening and weekend appointments, and represent clients on a contingency fee basis. To contact a lawyer, call (630) 953-9055.
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