SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY - JOLIET

Experienced Joliet Social Security Law Firm

Will County SSD Attorney

Applications for Social Security benefits in Joliet are on the rise, so too is the number of claims being denied. If you or someone you know is unable to work because of a long-term disability, you may be eligible to receive Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits from the federal government. A social security disability lawyer can help you navigate the often-complicated benefit application process. The Law Office of Marshall W. Conick has handled hundreds of Social Security cases, and also represents plaintiffs in personal injury litigation, in Joliet, throughout Will, Cooke, Kane, DuPage, and Kendall Counties, and in all of southwest Chicago.

SSDI and SSI Eligibility

You may be eligible for Social Security and/or SSI Disability benefits if:

  • Your medical and/or mental condition prevents you from doing any substantial work
  • Your medical condition has lasted, or is expected to last, at least
  • 1 year, or is expected to result in your death

Legitimate Disability Claims Often Denied

Unfortunately, many people with injuries or disabilities covered by the Social Security Administration often fail to obtain approval for benefits they rightfully deserve. The government is postured to vigorously challenge disability claims. You may be asked to prove your case time and time again. When you are entitled to SSDI or SSI, you can undergo the application and appeal process on your own, or you can give yourself the best advantage for success with the help of the legal experience of attorney Marshall W. Conick. Since the 1990s attorney Marshall W. Conick has challenged rejected claims and won compensation for our clients.

Competent, Thorough Representation at Each Stage

Attorney Marshall W. Conick can take your SSDI or SSI case at any step in the often protracted process of securing approval for compensation, including:

  • Step 1 Initial Application – Submit application and supporting medical records
  • Step 2 Reconsideration – If denied in step 1, request reconsideration within 60 days
  • Step 3 Hearing – If denied in Step 2, request a hearing by within 60 days
  • Step 4 Appeals Council – If denied in Step 3, request an Appeals Council review within 60 days
  • Step 5 Federal Court – If denied a hearing in Step 4, your attorney can file an appeal in Federal Court

Our goal at the Law Office of Marshall Conick is to limit the steps and shorten the process toward securing your SSDI or SSI benefits. Our thorough preparation, extensive experience, and individualized attention can work to get you the compensation you deserve. Contact us for a free initial consultation to discuss your Social Security law case. We represent clients in Joliet and throughout Chicagoland.

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