Tips On Winning Your SSDI Claim

There are many components to your Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) claim, and without an attorney's help you may not be getting the maximum amount of benefits you deserve for your claim. At Gesmer Law Offices, P.C., we have a proven track record representing Illinois clients in SSDI, Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims, ALJ hearings and appeals, and more.

Our lawyers proactively seek out solutions for the legal issues our clients face. You can come to us with questions and expect to get prompt, straightforward answers. We openly talk with our clients and foster strong relationships through effective and continuous communication.

Quick Tips For Winning Your SSDI Claim

Simply put, the best thing you can do to help win your SSDI claim is to hire an attorney. An experienced attorney will understand the legal process, how to prepare for hearings and know what questions will be asked. The team at Gesmer Law Offices, P.C., proudly maintains a proven track record representing clients in SSDI claims.

Here are some other tips that can help your SSDI claim:

1. Seek consistent medical treatment. If you stop getting treatment or only get treatment sporadically, it could hurt your claim.

2. Take prescribed medications. Not taking your medication and failing to follow up for appointments can be detrimental to your claim.

3. Have an advocate. Legal representation can help with all aspects of your claim. Whether it's determining the status of your SSD claim, explaining the requirements for SSDI benefits or handling an appeal on your behalf, our lawyers ask the right questions and know how to effectively represent individuals facing complicated legal issues involving SSDI.

Contact The Team At Gesmer Law Offices, P.C., Today, And Schedule Your First Consultation

You can call us at 815-968-1000 or fill out a free online contact form to schedule your first consultation with one of our lawyers. Our office is located in Rockford and we accept cases throughout the surrounding Illinois communities.