Social Security Disability Law Center, out of Considine Law Office, PC
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Know Your Rights When You Claim SSDI
If you are applying for disability assistance, Social Security Disability Law Center (out of Considine Law Office, PC) can provide you with the help you need. Our disability lawyers will educate you on your rights and provide the right information to achieve the best results. We will provide assistance with denials and appeals throughout the hearing process.
If you have worked and paid into the Social Security trust fund through the Federal Insurance Contributions Act, you qualify for benefits from the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim. From the application to the hearing, we'll do it all.
Rigorous Representation of SSI Need-Based Claim
Whether you have been a stay-at-home spouse with a newly disabled partner, or are the guardian of a child that meets meet low-income criteria, you may qualify for the need-based Supplemental Security Income (SSI) regardless of previous employment.
Our professional attorneys are ready to represent you to get you the benefits you deserve. They'll also help you qualify for eligibility when you have medical impairments. We will even provide assistance with denials and appeals.
For over 25 years, our knowledgeable attorneys have been providing legal assistance for SSDI and SSI claimants to ensure they receive their benefits.
We are known to provide the best legal representation for disability benefits needs.
DISCLAIMER: Representation does not begin until the claimant and attorney sign the appropriate documentation. Until then, the claimant is responsible for meeting all deadlines.
For over 25 years, the knowledgeable attorneys of Social Security Disability Law Center (out of Considine Law Office, PC) have been providing legal assistance for SSDI and SSI claimants to ensure they receive their benefits.
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We are a member of the Winnebago County Bar Association, federal district court in both northern and central Illinois division, and NOSSCR.