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Frequently Asked Questions About Office Visits

What if I cannot travel to your office to meet with you for a free consultation?

This is not a problem at all. I am happy to speak with you over the telephone any time to discuss your potential disability claim.

If I live outside of the city of Chicago or in the surrounding suburbs and cannot travel to one of your offices to meet you, can you still take my case?

Absolutely! Social Security’s system is now electronic and so is my office. We can communicate at any time over the telephone, email, and/or fax. Although I always love meeting with people in person I understand that it can be tough to get around, especially when you are suffering from a physical or mental disability.

If I cannot visit your office how will you receive paperwork that I get from Social Security?

Once I am listed as the attorney on your case, Social Security copies my office on any documentation that is sent to you. I will receive the same letters you receive from Social Security. I am also happy to send pre-paid envelopes to you so that you can send me any documentation that you feel is important.

If I cannot get to your office will we ever meet in person before my hearing with the judge?

Yes! My job is to make sure you are prepared to appear at your hearing and I want you to be as comfortable as possible for what will likely be one of the most important days in your life. I will thoroughly prepare you over the phone for your hearing. On the day of the hearing we will meet in person at least one hour prior to your hearing to go over your case in great detail as well.

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