Illinois Social Security Disability Attorneys – Practice Overview
If you are unable to work as a result of an injury or illness, you have the right to file for Social Security Disability benefits. If you need assistance related to the Social Security Disability process please click Contact Our Attorneys.
Unfortunately, the process of filing is frustrating, confusing, filled with red tape, and designed to make you quit. Most applicants for Social Security Disability benefits are turned down by the government, often without proper evaluation. At Woodruff Johnson & Evans, our Illinois Social Security Disability Attorneys are relentless to ensure the government understands your disability and why you are unable to work.
Our Social Security Disability attorneys will work with your doctors to present the strongest case on your behalf. We understand what the government is looking for and what medical conditions are most likely to meet the government’s criteria of disability. Whether you are just filing a claim for benefits, appealing a denial of benefits, or scheduled for a hearing, we can help.
At Woodruff Johnson & Evans, we understand you have worked hard and paid years of taxes. Now that an illness stops you from working and providing for your family, you still have the right to live with dignity. Contact our offices for a free consultation and case evaluation.
Our Illinois Social Security Disability attorneys have successfully won benefits for our clients who suffer from a range of medical conditions, including:
- Back injuries
- Chronic Fatigue
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Crohn’s Disease
- Heart Attack
- Knee injuries
- Liver Failure
- Neck injures
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Shoulder injuries
- Sleep Apnea
Don’t Settle for Attorneys Who Always Settle
Contact our SSDI attorneys today for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation related to social security disability benefits. Call us toll free at 866-891-9211 to schedule an appointment.
For more information, please see our Social Security Disability Frequently Asked Questions page.