Being injured in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence or finding yourself with a disabling condition that makes it difficult or impossible to continue working can feel like an impossible situation, and many individuals who find themselves in these situations do not know where to turn for the help they need.
At the Disparti Law Group, we are dedicated to providing clients throughout Illinois with the experienced representation they need. We have more than 30 years of experience handling personal injury and government benefits claims, and we want to put this experience to work for you and your family. Whether your legal concerns involve Social Security Disability benefits, personal injury claims, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), or Servicemembers’ Group Life Insurance Traumatic Injury Protection (TSGLI), we are ready to help.
Dedicated to Pursuing Disability Benefits
Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits are often a primary source of income for individuals who have suffered injuries that have permanently impaired their ability to work for a living, and having secure access to these benefits is an essential part of maintaining a lifestyle of reasonable comfort. Unfortunately, the process of obtaining SSD benefits is not always a simple one, and the complexities of the system all too often lead to denied claims or insufficient payments.
At the Disparti Law Group, our experienced legal team has an extensive understanding of the rules and regulations governing Social Security claims, and can help you to fight for benefits in any of the following areas:
- Social Security Disability (SSD)
- Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
- Personal Injury Law
- Auto Accident
Your benefits are an essential part of your lifestyle, and securing a monthly payment appropriate to your situation is not a simple matter.
The Value of an Attorney
You have plenty of options when considering how to handle a dispute over Social Security benefits, and utilizing the services of an attorney may not seem like the simplest solution. While non-attorneys can qualify to advocate on behalf of you at an SSD claim hearing, there are a number of significant benefits to using a professionally trained legal advocate. The educational and professional standards imposed on attorneys are far greater than other individuals, and the ethical standards of the state bar organization give you assurance that your privacy and confidentiality will be protected.