No Fee Unless you Win.
      Law Offices of Austin J. McGreal
      180 North LaSalle, Suite 3700
      Chicago, IL  60601
      312-906-9444
      Austin@McGrealDisability.com

Practice Limited to Social Security Disability

GET THE DISABILITY

 BENEFITS YOU DESERVE


The Social Security Administration denies 70% - 75% of the applications for disability. However, that denial rate is often reversed when the applicant works with an experienced disability attorney.   The McGreal Disability Law practices EXCLUSIVELY in Social Security Disability cases, and we win more than 80% of the cases we handle. 


Our lawyers represent people at any stage of the Social Security Disability process. Whether you are making an initial application for Social Security Disability or seeking an appeal of a denied SSDI or SSI claim, we offer a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION to discuss your case and answer your questions.


Initially, applying for Social Security Disability benefits is straightforward.   But once your claim has been denied, it is a different story.  At the Law Offices of Austin McGreal we have experience appealing the denial of Social Security benefits. This is not a black-and-white area of the law since the severity of a medical condition may be subjective. We have a strong background effectively presenting evidence in trial and are well-prepared to argue your need for Social Security Disability coverage.


NO FEE UNLESS YOU WIN

When people come to us, they typically can't afford to pay attorney fees. Therefore, we do all of our work on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not have to pay us anything up front. At the end of your case, if we win, our fees will be a percentage of the past-due benefits you are owed by the Social Security Administration. If we are unable to win your case, you will not have to pay us anything.

FREE ATTORNEY CONSULTATION
If you would like to discuss your case with a Chicago Attorney, please call McGreal Disability Law at (312) 906-9444 or fill out the form below for a free consultation.