This collection of articles discusses appealing Social Security Disability benefits denials. From Nash Disability Law in Chicago.

Nash Attorney “Fighting Irish” Produce District Court Wins: Insight from Tom Nash

February 3, 2017

In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we thought you might like to know how the “Fighting Irish” here at Nash Disability Law are fighting for your rights. In the past several weeks, judges of the United States District Court sided with us, our clients, and our position to the effect that the SSA ALJs were

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Social Security Turned Down My Disability Application. What Should I Do?

December 12, 2016

As every American who has ever worked knows, taxes are taken out of each paycheck. Part of those taxes pay for Social Security benefits, including disability insurance. The way the system is supposed to work is that if you suffer a long-term disability which prevents you from working, Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is there

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Don’t Give Up on Your Disability Claim

January 11, 2016

Meet Jeff Davis. He first used another law firm which dropped his Social Security Disability claim when the Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) denied disability. With Nash Disability Law (NDL), his claim was also rejected after a hearing with an ALJ. But we didn’t give up. NDL appealed and the case was sent back to the

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SSA Litigation Necessary? We’re on It!

August 12, 2015

If you have filed a claim for Social Security disability benefits, you already know that perseverance is not just helpful, it is a necessity. It is not uncommon to wait a year or two, and bear two rubber-stamp denials, before you see an administrative law judge (ALJ) in person to explain your situation. Regrettably, even

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