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SOCIAL SECURITY DISABILITY ATTORNEY

Chris L. Gore, 111 E. Franklin Ave. Sesser, IL Call 618-625-3525


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"Chris Gore's Firm provided outstanding service during a very difficult time. I recommend anyone to contact Chris with any W/C or Social Security questions. He made this process easy and beneficial to me."

August 7, 2017

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“Chris took the frustration and worry out of my live by handling my case. He was very easy to work with and made my life better. Highly recommend!”

August 7, 2017

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“In a time where I could barely function, Chris Gore completely took over my case and done it all for me and guided me through a very hard time. I will always be grateful for he and his staff. I recommend him HIGHLY.”

August 7, 2017

(Serving all of the Tri-State Region including: Sesser, Marion, Carbondale, Harrisburg, Eldorado, Mt. Vernon, Benton, DuQuoin, Murphysboro……..AND where you live too!)

Don’t fall for those claiming to apply for you.  In fact, they do actually send the application in to Social Security, but after they collect the information from you, then mail you the application, to mail back to them, to send to SSA. Sounds confusing, right?  It is, and it wastes time.  In addition, they get 25% of your back pay for doing something you could have done and faster if you are granted benefits.   In conclusion, try my Disability Lawyer Evaluation if you have applied and been denied.  I will evaluate your claim and email you or give you a call, your preference. Need to apply click SSA.gov.

While it is possible to be working part time, generally it will make your case harder to win.
If you have not applied go to your local Social Security office or to their website www.ssa.gov to apply. (Note apply for both Retirement Survivor Disability Insurance (RSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI). BOTH ARE DISABILITY!
Note: You generally have only 60 days to file your appeal.
Include all physical and/or mental impairments that cause symptoms and limitations that prevent you from working.