How We Help You
Chicago Social Security Disability Lawyers
Whether you need to apply, or even if you were turned down already, Nash Disability Law may be able to help you. Our staff speaks Spanish and Polish. Ask for help in Spanish or Polish if you prefer!
Why You Need A Lawyer
If you need to apply...
Applying for Social Security disability benefits is a complicated process. It can be very confusing on your own. In fact, most of the people who initially apply are turned down.
At Nash Disability Law, we are here to help! We want to help you plan a strategy to win the benefits you deserve. Let our experienced legal team put your application on the right track.
If you have been denied benefits...
Applying for Social Security disability benefits is the first step in the process. Being denied benefits can feel devastating.
The steps to appeal a denial of Social Security disability benefits in Chicago are just a click away.
The Social Security Disability system is filled with red tape and confusing forms. Many times, a small detail of your application or a similar misunderstanding can negatively affect the outcome of your case. Oftentimes, people don’t understand certain of the most important aspects to the approval of their claim. If you have been denied, don't give up.
The steps to appeal a denial of Social Security disability benefits in Illinois are just a click away.
Important: The clock is ticking on your time to appeal, so do not delay in contacting a lawyer.
At Nash Disability, we have helped claimants appeal denied Social Security Disability benefits for over 35 years. Let our experienced attorneys help you gather the evidence you need to properly appeal your denial.
If you have a hearing scheduled...
If Social Security has notified you that you will have a hearing, it's very important that you and the evidence are both well prepared. You are strongly encouraged to get legal representation, such as an experienced attorney from Nash Disability Law. Disability law is all we do.
Your lawyer can analyze your Social Security file, prepare your case, obtain important evidence, prepare your testimony, make helpful legal arguments before and during the hearing, question witnesses, and cross-examine any medical and/or vocational experts who testify at your hearing.
No matter where you are in the process, if your health is expected to keep you from working at least a year, allow us to help. Contact us, Chicago Social Security disability lawyers, today.