Illinois Supplemental Security Income Lawyer
Social Security disability benefits, like general Social Security benefits, are dependent on how much and whether you "paid in" to the Social Security system. Fortunately, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are available to those who are disabled and did not have the opportunity to contribute to Social Security.
Were you injured in an accident? Does an illness or medical condition prevent you from working and earning a living? At the New Lenox, Illinois, law firm of Marshall W. Conick, Attorney at Law, we focus our practice on helping Illinois individuals and families obtain Supplemental Security Income and Social Security Disabilitybenefits.
Your right to receive Supplemental Security Income benefits is dependent on your income, assets and eligibility. Firm founder Marshall Conick has helped hundreds of clients demonstrate that they meet Supplemental Security Income eligibility requirements and obtain benefits.
Our firm can help you with your initial application, as well as your administrative hearing and appeal, if necessary. Our advocacy has led to a combined hundreds of thousands of dollars in Social Security income for our clients. And, best of all, you pay nothing if we fail to win your case. If you do win, our fee will be limited to the federally mandated fee.
Mr. Conick combines experience and knowledge with a passion for helping his disabled clients. Why? He has experienced a disability which was at one point projected to be permanent. He understands the importance of benefits to disabled individuals and to their families.
Denials, rejections and appeals are common throughout the Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits processes. If you have questions regarding Supplemental Security Income 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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