Morris Social Security Disability Lawyers
Criteria to Qualify for Benefits
Are you suffering from a disability? If you have been unable to work due to the disability, you may find yourself overwhelmed with bills and no way to pay them. Fortunately, Social Security Disability benefits may be able to provide you with the help that you require.
Those who have worked and paid into the Social Security system over the years may be able to seek financial assistance for their disability, and our Morris attorneys at Cortina, Mueller & Frobish, P.C. are here to help. We have more than 85 years of combined experience, and will do everything in our power to ensure you receive the full and fair benefits you are entitled to.
Some of the qualifying criteria for Social Security Disability benefits include:
- Having a disability that prevents you from engaging in substantial gainful activity
- Having, or expecting to have, the disability for a time period of more than 12 months
- Unable to perform your past work
- Unable to perform other forms of employment
Contact us today to make arrangements for a free consultation with our lawyers.
Improve Your Chances of Getting Benefits
The application process to receive disability benefits is not at all easy. In fact, the majority of applications filed in Illinois are initially denied, and an even higher majority are denied again when a decision is appealed. By having an experienced and knowledgeable Morris Social Security Disability lawyer on your side, you can significantly increase the chances of being granted benefits your first time or winning an appeal.
Well-Versed in All Aspects of Social Security Disability Law
Whether you need assistance properly gathering information as you file your initial application or preparing for an appeal hearing, we are the firm to turn to. Our legal team is well-versed in all aspects of Social Security Disability, the application process, and the laws and legal process surrounding it.
Let us start work on your case right away by calling (815) 496-6997 now!