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Veterans’ Disability: An Overview of the Three ‘Lanes’ of Appeal
Posted June 17, 2020

Veterans' Disability AttorneyThe veteran’s disability claims process has long been complicated. In an effort to simplify and streamline appeals, federal lawmakers passed the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017. Among other things, the law created three separate “lanes” for challenging an adverse decision — giving veterans more flexibility to fight an unfairly low disability rating or disability denial. Here, attorney Harold W. Conick provides an overview of the three different options for appeal.


Your Guide to Child Disability Benefits
Posted May 13, 2020

Social Security Disability AttorneyDoes your child have a disability? If so, you and your family may be eligible to obtain financial benefits through Social Security. We want to make sure all parents in Illinois have access to the information and resources they need to protect and provide for their family. Here, Attorney Harold W. Conick provides an overview of the most important things you need to know about child and adult disability benefits. (more…)

The Social Security Administration Wants to Terminate My Disability Benefits: What are My Options?
Posted April 22, 2020

Social Security Disability AttorneyIs the Social Security Administration (SSA) trying to end your disability benefits? Do you believe they are doing so in error? If so, it is crucial you take immediate action to protect your rights — you can still file an appeal, but there are strict deadlines to do so. Here, Harold W. Conick explains the most important things you need to know about saving your benefits from an unjustified termination.


Can I Apply for Social Security Disability Benefits If I Am Receiving Workers’ Comp in Illinois?
Posted March 26, 2020

Social Security Disability Attorney Workplace accidents remain a serious issue in Illinois. Depending on the severity of the accident, a worked-related injury could keep an employee off the job for months, years, or even permanently. Injured workers are protected, in part, by the state’s workers’ compensation insurance system.