SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY WHEN YOU ARE 55 AND OLDER

Social Security Benefits When You Are Over 55

Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income Legal Help since 1993

Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income benefits can be difficult to obtain following debilitating injuries or illness. Fortunately, if you are 55 years old or more, benefits can be much easier to achieve.

Why? Because the Social Security Administrationrecognizes the challenges that aging can bring. Social Security rules tend to favor individuals who are 55 and older. The Social Security Administration recognizes that regardless of education and training, the skills of people 55 or older are not readily transferable. In short, Social Security realizes that it is difficult for individuals to adjust at this age.

Despite an increased chance of success, rejections of claims are still common. The result? Hassle, anxiety, delays and the very real possibility that you will never obtain the benefits you deserve.

At the New Lenox, Illinois, law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, we have helped hundreds of south and southwest Chicago area residents obtain the Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits they deserve. If you are 55 years old or older, we can provide experienced legal help.

If you are 55 years old or older, and are disabled, you may be eligible for Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income benefits. Contact lawyer Marshall Conick for experienced legal help. Call (630) 953-9055.

Lawyer Marshall Conick has practiced Social Security law since the 1990s and is skilled in providing effective advocacy throughout the entire benefits claims process, including:

  • The initial application stage
  • The administrative hearing
  • Appeals

We work with doctors, witnesses and others to fully investigate claims, complete effective and relevant applications, and present thorough and persuasive cases to administrative law judges. The result? Needed income benefits awarded to hundreds of disabled clients of our firm. Of course, every case is different and results depend on the unique facts and circumstances of the individual case. To discuss your situation free of charge and to find out if we can help, contact our firm for an appointment.

Contact Us

Denials, rejections and appeals are common throughout the Social Security disability insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income benefits processes. If you are 55 years old or older and have questions regarding Social Security benefits, 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 (630) 953-9055.

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