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What Childhood Diseases and Disabilities Qualify for SSDI?
Posted May 11, 2022

Childhood DiseasesA disabled child or an adult with a childhood disease/impairment may be able to qualify for Social Security disability benefits. Most often, child disability claims fall under Supplemental Security Income (SSI). Though, some adults with childhood diseases may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSSI). In this article, Harold W. Conick – our Illinois Social Security disability lawyer, explains the key things you need to know about qualifying for disability benefits for a childhood disease or disability.


Is it Easier to Get Social Security Disability With a Lawyer?
Posted April 07, 2022

Social Security DisabilityWhether you are applying through Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Social Security disability benefits exist to help families through difficult times. Yet, unfortunately, these benefits can be challenging to get. According to data from the Social Security Administration (SSA), more than two-thirds of initial Social Security disability claims are denied. An attorney can make a significant difference. In this article, you will find an overview of the advantages of hiring Social Security disability lawyer Harold W. Conick to help with your claim.


How are VA Disability Survivor Benefits Calculated?
Posted March 07, 2022

VA disability survivor benefitsVeterans and their families make major sacrifices for our country. VA benefits, including disability coverage, are designed to help repay them. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) notes that Dependency and Indemnity Compensation, ”VA DIC” or “survivors benefits,” are available to the spouse of a veteran who died on active duty or due to a service-related issue.


How are Social Security Disability Benefits Calculated?
Posted February 07, 2022

Does an injury, illness, or medical impairment prevent you from working on a full-time basis? If so, you may be eligible for federally backed disability compensation. As explained by the Social Security Administration (SSA), two programs provide financial assistance to qualifying people with disabilities: Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI).