If you have a condition or conditions – physical or psychological – that keep you from performing any job that is available in the U.S. economy, you may be eligible for Social Security benefits. If you have not yet applied for social security benefits, we can meet with you and help you decide if you are eligible.
If you are eligible, we can make the application for you. We will help gather the medical evidence and present your case in the best possible light. We represent people in Social Security Disability cases, Supplemental Security Income cases, and Disabled Widow’s or Widower’s Benefits cases.
If you have not already applied for Social Security disability benefits please contact us and we will schedule an appointment for a free consultation. Please print the form below and bring it with you.
If you have not yet applied for social security, click here to use this form
If you have already applied for Social Security disability benefits and been denied, we can help present your case. The fact is that most people are denied on application and on reconsideration. Your real chance of getting benefits is at a social security hearing in front of an administrative law judge. We ask that you contact us as soon as possible after you get your denial letter. Your denial letter will inform you that you have sixty days to request a reconsideration (Illinois) or hearing (Missouri). It is not in your interest to wait. We will schedule an appointment for a free consultation as soon as you call.
If you have already applied for social security and been turned down, click here to use this form. Please also bring your denial letter to your free consultation.
We will want to help you fill out the appeal paper work. This can avoid big headaches down the line for you. If it is in your interest to proceed with your claim, we will explain the process to you at the appointment. We will file the necessary papers with the Social Security Administration and schedule appointments with you to prepare for your hearing. We will work with you to collect the medical information the government needs. We do Social Security cases on a contingency fee basis. In other words, we only get a fee if you get benefits from the Social Security Administration. Remember, Social Security can be a very time consuming process. Don’t add to the delay by waiting to make your appointment.