You've worked hard all your life. Now, a medical disability means you can no longer hold a job and provide for yourself and your family. At the law firm of Neil H. Good, we help win Social Security Disability benefits for those unable to work because of their medical conditions.
If you cannot work because of a physical or mental impairment that is expected to result in death or which has lasted or is expected to last for a continuous period of more than 12 months, you may be eligible for Social Security Disability benefits.
Contact us for a free consultation. We aid clients at all phases of this complicated process, from initial application to assisting those who have already been denied by the SSA.
At many law firms, SSD and SSI cases form just a small part of a practice. We concentrate on these cases and have the knowledge of and experience with the system to help you win the compensation you deserve. Unlike at some national firms, our clients aren't passed off to a so-called advocate who may have little legal training or expertise. We offer personal, expert and aggressive service to each person who comes to us for help.
We have five offices throughout northern Illinois, in Cook, DuPage, Lake and McHenry counties, as well as in the City of Chicago, to serve you wherever you live.
The process of obtaining SSD benefits can be complex and overwhelming, filled with potential pitfalls that could sink your case if you go it alone. Let us guide you through this important procedure and get you the compensation you deserve. There's no fee until you win.
800 E. Northwest Highway
Neil H. Good has helped thousands of people who are unable to work because of disabling ailments and conditions get the Social Security Disability benefits that are rightfully theirs. He and his staff understand the complexities of the disability process, with its accompanying demands of necessary documentation and deadlines. The office offers the perfect blend of knowledge and experience of a large firm with the personal, compassion and caring service of a small one.
Neil Good's philosophy: "We take the time to listen to your story and understand your specific health conditions before offering our advice on your eligibility and the potential benefits you may expect to receive. Since no two cases are alike, we work hard to address your unique situation so that we can help you obtain the financial assistance you need from the Social Security Administration."
Contact the office for a free consultation. Remember, there's no fee until you win.
Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chicago
In addition to his law degree, Neil H. Good also has a bachelor's degree in finance.
He was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1986 and to the U.S. District Court/Northern District of Illinois in 1988.