We Have Your Goals at Heart
To Richard I. Feingold, every client is a unique person with unique needs and challenges. He engages each client personally, understanding that a real person with real pain and frustration needs his help.
Mr. Feingold launched his career as a personal injury and SSI disability attorney because he is familiar with the needs of injured and disabled individuals and the frustrations they deal with every day. He also knows it is frustrating and confusing trying to navigate the court system and Social Security’s disability benefits law.
His goal is to help injured and disabled clients achieve their goal: an award of compensation or benefits that relieves the financial and medical stress of their unfortunate situation.
Why Hire Personal Injury and SSI Lawyer Richard I. Feingold?
The best reason to hire an attorney like Mr. Feingold — even if you live somewhere other than Illinois — is his vast experience with the law, his extensive resources, and the personal attention he gives to each and every case. These factors help eliminate the stress commonly involved in seeking compensation for a personal injury or applying for disability benefits. And it usually result in faster, more satisfactory results.
Mr. Feingold gives each of his clients his personal attention, concerned primarily with getting positive results. Though based in Illinois, even clients across the country receive this same level of personal attention: “His willingness to . . . help me when no one else would because they would not get paid enough demonstrates his character and integrity.”
– Charles from Florida
How We Win Personal Injury Claims
To win a personal injury claim, you must prove four elements duty of care, breach of duty, causation, and actual damages. As your attorney, Richard I. Feingold will help you gather the necessary evidence and testimony to show that someone else’s negligence resulted in your injury as well as the quantifiable damages it caused for you.
How We Prove Disability
To prove to the Social Security Administration that you have a legitimate disability worthy of an award of benefits, Illinois Social Security disability lawyer Richard I. Feingold methodically collects and documents evidence and expert testimony that supports your claim. He will work to ensure the evidence proves that your impairment meets or equals one or more of the SSA’s “Listings of Impairments” that presumptively prove a person is disabled.
With more than 25 years of experience, Mr. Feingold knows what is needed to prove your case under the law. Just a few example of evidence he may collect include:
- Documentation of your injury or symptoms
- Medical records
- Physician opinions regarding the extent of your injury or disability
- Documentation of your impairments’ effects on your life and ability to work