Illinois Social Security Disability Lawyer
IL SSD Lawyer
Disability Attorneys You Can Depend On in Illinois
If you’re frustrated or confused by the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) claim requirements for Social Security Disability (SSD) or Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits, you are not alone. Most people are. If your initial application has been denied, it’s the same story.
In either case, don’t give up and don’t wait to talk to an experienced Illinois Social Security Disability lawyer about your claim.
At Midwest Disability, we obtain SSD and SSI benefits for people throughout the state of Illinois. Our lawyers help clients prepare their initial Social Security Disability applications. They fight to protect our clients’ rights in administrative hearings and appeals. They have even taken a case all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States. And because of our experience and the reputation we’ve established, our lawyers have often been able to negotiate favorable settlements for our clients without ever having to go to court.
If you are in the Chicago area and have questions about a possible Social Security Disability claim, get a free case evaluation today.
Call or contact us from anywhere in Illinois today for a free evaluation of your Social Security Disability claim.
Great People. Great Results. — Midwest Disability works for you.
We understand the difficulties that come with being ill or injured and unable to work. We do our best to make the claims process as stress-free as possible by providing you with helpful information, preparing you for what to expect as your claim moves forward in the system, and keeping in close contact with you throughout.
Questions and Answers…
- Why should I hire an attorney?
- What will it cost?
- Am I eligible?
- How do I apply?
- When should I apply?
- What if my claim is denied?
- What happens at a disability hearing?
- What’s the difference between SSD and SSI?
- What benefits can I expect to receive?
- Are there any medical benefits?
- Are family members eligible?
Substantial Gainful Activity…
If you can’t engage in any substantial gainful activity because of a medically determinable physical or that can be expected to result in death or to last for at least 12 consecutive months, the SSA considers you to be disabled. What qualifies as substantial gainful activity? The cutoff is essentially $980 dollars, meaning that if you can earn more than that amount, your impairment will not be considered severe enough.
Taking the Next Step
Wherever you are in the state of Illinois, our Social Security Disability lawyers are committed to recovering your full benefits fast, with a free consultation and no fees until we win your claim.
To learn more about disability claims, see the Disability Information Center FAQ or sections of this Web site. To learn more about us or how we can help you obtain disability benefits in Illinois, call our Social Security Disability lawyers directly at or get a free case evaluation.
We’ll take it from there.