National Leaders in Social Security Disability Law
Attorney John E. Horn of the law firm of Horn & Kelley, PC, just won another i case, this one at the hearing level, step three of the Social Security Disability process. His client was a fifty-six year old Highland disability applicant with cancer of the lower jaw w/ facial deformity and severe pain daily, back pain and extensive weight loss. We have represented many other Highland disability claimants successfully.
Do not make the same mistake so many others have, call us before you file. We can handle your claim from the very beginning. A Highland disability applicant would ordinarily make an appointment at our Highland, Indiana office. We apply for Highland disability claimants by filing online. Applications for Social Security Disability benefits have a seventy percent chance of being denied. Then it is necessary to file an appeal called reconsideration. We request reconsideration for Highland disability applicants by filing their appeals online. Most claims are denied at reconsideration. Then it is necessary to file another appeal requesting a hearing by an administrative law judge. We request hearings for Highland disability applicants by filing online. Many claims are won at the hearing level, but if you do not win, an appeal must be filed with the Appeals Council. Like everyone else who appeals to the Appeals Council, Highland disability applicants file their appeals in Falls Church, Virginia, by fax or mail. The Appeals Council denies eight out of ten appeals. Social Security used to allow sixty-five percent of claims overall, but now it is allowing only forty percent of claims. We aim to win every claim without a hearing, but Social Security is just a big insurance company, and like any other insurance company, it only wants to take in premiums and not pay benefits. That means you need a Social Security Disability Lawyer who will if necessary take your case to the United States District Court, the United States Court of Appeals, or even the United States Supreme Court. Highland disability applicants file suit against Social Security in the United States District Court in Hammond. If Highland disability applicants do not win in the District Court, they appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago.
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When you apply for Social Security Disability, make sure you hire a local fighter, a lawyer who can take your case to the United States District Court or United States Court of Appeals if necessary. You have at least a fifty percent better chance of winning with a fighting lawyer who can take your case to the United States District Court, the United States Court of Appeals or even the United States Supreme Court. Visit our website at www.johnehornattorney.com. We are national leaders in Social Security Disability law with more cases published in the Forum of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives than anyone else in the country for the several years. We show other lawyers how to win. Horn & Kelley won fourteen of sixteen decisions in the U. S. District Court and two out of two decisions in the U. S. Court of Appeals in 2016. We have represented many Highland disability applicants.
Horn & Kelley are attorneys who represent people on disability claims at every level in Chicagoland, Northwest Indiana. Horn & Kelley has offices in Chicago, Tinley Park, and La Grange, Illinois, as well as Highland, Indiana. Their Chicago office serves Southwest Chicago. Their Tinley Park office serves Chicago’s south and southwest suburbs. Their LaGrange office serves Chicago’s west suburbs. Their Highland office serves Northwest Indiana, including Highland disability applicants. We have represented more than 5,000 clients in the past twenty-five years. We can represent you in any state or territory. If you are a Highland disability applicant, get a free evaluation of your Social Security Disability claim and call Horn & Kelley at 888-921-5297. Horn & Kelley practice only in the field of Social Security Disability.