Social Security Disability Law
McNamara Phelan McSteen LLC, is located in Joliet, IL. Attorney Ron Fladhammer has over 20 years of experience representing individuals who have been denied Social Security Disability and Supplemental Security Income benefits.
Our office hosts one of the only video hearing location sites in the state of Illinois, so there is no need to travel to any other location to have your hearing held. Our success rate is outstanding, and if your case is not approved, there are no attorney fees.
McNamara Phelan McSteen have settled social security disability law cases in Will County, Cook County, Grundy, Kendall and Kankakee including but not limited to: Bolingbrook, Burr Ridge, Channahon, Chicago, Coal City, Downers Grove, Elmhurst, Elwood, Frankfort, Glen Ellyn, Homer Glen, Joliet, Kankakee, Lombard, Minooka, Morris, Naperville, New Lenox, Oakbrook, Orland Park, Plainfield, Romeoville, Shorewood, Tinley Park, Villa Park, and Wheaton, IL.
Social Security Disability Law News
You can get Social Security retirement benefits and work at the same time. However, if you are younger than full retirement age and make more than the yearly earnings limit, your benefits could be reduced. Whether it makes sense to work and collect Social Security at...read more
Millions of Americans rely on Social Security benefits, and most find themselves in a position where they cannot afford to lose their monthly checks. Unfortunately, there are a few situations in which the Social Security Administration can and will take away benefits...read more
Only about one-third of Social Security disability claims are approved at the application level. If you are denied, there are specific procedures you may follow to attempt to obtain your benefits. Here are the next steps to take if you are denied: Reconsideration:...read more
Social Security has several methods to file disability applications. You can file online, by phone or in person. If you are filing only for Title 2 benefits (SSDI), you can do so by filing a Disability Application online. At this time, Social Security does not have an...read more
The Social Security Administration uses a five-step sequential evaluation process to make all of its disability decisions. This applies to both SSDI and SSI claims, since both programs treat claims in an identical fashion. The five steps of the sequential process are...read more
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