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Fibromyalgia and Social Security Disability Benefits: What You Need to Know
Posted February 19, 2020

Social Security Disability AttorneyAccording to the Mayo Clinic, fibromyalgia is a medical disorder characterized by complex and widespread issues with musculoskeletal pain. People who are suffering from fibromyalgia also report dealing with chronic fatigue, difficulty sleeping and mood disorders. Harold W. Conick & Associates Ltd., our Social Security disability attorney, highlight three key things you need to know about fibromyalgia claims and disability benefits.


Social Security Disability Claims: What is Reconsideration?
Posted January 22, 2020

Conick - 1 - Social Security Disability Claims_ What is Reconsideration_January2020Unfortunately, getting access to Social Security disability benefits can be difficult. According to the Social Security Administration (SSA), approximately 70 percent of initial Social Security disability applications are denied. If your Social Security disability claim was denied in Illinois, there are still legal options available. You have the right to request a reconsideration.


The Top Three Social Security Disability Mistakes You Must Avoid
Posted December 11, 2019

Social Security Disability Attorney Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) provides much needed financial protection to people who are no longer able to work on a full-time basis due to a disability or medical condition. Unfortunately, recovering benefits through the program can be challenging. Each year, many people miss out on benefits because they make mistakes in the claims process. Here, our Chicagoland Social Security disability attorney highlights three of the most common SSDI mistakes you need to avoid.


Is Age a Factor in the Social Security Disability Claims Process?
Posted November 13, 2019

Social Security Disability AttorneyIn certain circumstances, an applicant’s age could play a role in determining whether or not they are eligible for Social Security disability benefits. As explained by the Social Security Administration (SSA), applicants are only eligible for disability benefits if they are unable to return to their previous job and they are also not likely to find suitable replacement employment.