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Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits in Illinois

Every day is hard when you’re unable to work. While your injuries don’t define you, they do limit your ability to make the money anyone would need to survive. That’s where we come in.

We have over 20 years of experience to get you the Social Security Disability benefits you need to make ends meet. Whether it’s a physical injury, medical illness, or mental issue that’s kept you from working, we have the knowledge and skill to guide you through the hearings and paperwork and receive a decision in your favor.

Don’t be left without your benefits for another day.
We are here for you.

How We Help You

Our focus is on you. As one of the top 5% of Social Security Disability lawyers nationwide, we have the experience and knowledge to help you get the benefits you deserve. Our two decades of practice in the field combine with our dedication to helping you to offer the highest-quality representation when you need it most.

Don’t just trust us — read what a former client said about us:

They are attentive and respectful in their interactions and very knowledgeable about all legal areas. Costs are reasonable. Their staff is polite and courteous and phone calls are returned in a timely manner — Gayle C.

No Fee Unless You Win

On top of the time commitment, your injury or illness leaves you with a limited amount of money. Don’t worry — we are legally obligated to charge nothing until you win. Even then, our fees are taken out of your benefits, leaving no up-front cost to you. There’s no risk —contact us today for your free evaluation.

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