Disability Lawyer’s Illinois Office Serves
Disability Claimants Nationwide
Application for Disability Benefits from Social Security
Also known as SSDI, Title II or DIB, Social Security Disability Insurance benefits are available to disabled individuals with a work history and enough quarters of credited work to be “insured.” Benefits may also be available to spouses and children of the disabled worker. Click the link above to find out more.
Application for Supplemental Security Income
Also known as Title XVI or SSI, this disability benefit does not require a work history to qualify. No benefits for family, and financial resources cannot exceed predefined limits. Click the link above to find out more.
Appeal or Request a Hearing if You’ve Been Denied Benefits
If you’ve already applied for disability benefits, our disability lawyer’s Illinois firm can help you appeal the decision and request a reconsideration or hearing to appeal your denial. Click the link above to find out more.
Disability Lawyer’s Illinois Firm Improves Your Chance of Receiving a Benefits Award and Past Due Benefits
The chances of becoming disabled are greater than most people think. Studies suggest that a 20-year-old worker has a 30 percent chance of becoming disabled before reaching retirement age . Whether you are already disabled and applying for Social Security disability or are still working, you need to be aware of the benefits available to disabled individuals unable to work.
The Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs are the federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities. With a successful application for disability benefits, SSDI pays benefits to disabled individuals and members of their family if the worker has worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes. SSI pays benefits to disabled individuals based on financial need.
The Law Offices of Richard I. Feingold & Associates, P.C. can help you gather evidence and documents to support your disability claim and ensure that your application for disability benefits is completed in a way that maximizes your chance of being awarded benefits. We have extensive experience handling disability claims and have an efficient, methodical approach to ensuring the best possible results.
We can help you obtain a hearing to reconsider your case if already denied benefits and, in most cases, obtain an award of benefits through thorough preparation of your case.
For more information about applying for Social Security disability benefits or making a Personal Injury and Acciedent claim and the services available from our disability lawyer’s Illinois-based firm, please visit these pages on our site:
You can receive a free evaluation with Mr. Feingold at our disability lawyer’s Illinois office or via phone
by completing our online form or by calling us directly at (773) 989-9899
or call toll free at (888) 701-8222