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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.


My Doctor Wants Me to Stop Working – Will I Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits?
Posted October 09, 2019

Social Security Disability AttorneyIf your physician recommends you stop working for medical reasons, you may be eligible to obtain Social Security disability benefits. However, it is not guaranteed. Unfortunately, getting SSDI benefits can be challenging – even for qualified applicants. Here are four important things you should know about getting Social Security disability benefits after being recommended to stop working by your doctor.


Social Security Disability Claims: Understanding the Financial and Legal Requirements
Posted September 11, 2019

Social Security Disability AttorneyGetting access to Social Security disability (SSDI) benefits can be challenging. In fact, the Social Security Administration (SSA) reports that nearly 60 percent of disability claims are denied — with about half of denials being for ‘technical’ reasons and the other half being for ‘medical’ reasons.