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Oak Park Social Security -- Disability Law Firm
OverviewOur locally owned law firm in Chicago, IL has been in practice for more than 30 years and has skillfully represented thousands of clients in Social Security, SSI, Disability Adjudication and Judicial Review Claims. Whether you need help with initial application or for benefits through the Court of Appeals, you’ll get the best representation available.
About Spector and Lenz, PC
- Social Security -- Disability
Ben Taylor, Federal Litigation Paralegal
Jonathan Plotnick, Paralegal
Nichole Lang, Office Manager
Jocelyn Ceron, Office Assistant
Offers Free Initial Consultation
741 South Humphrey Oak Park, IL 60304
8:00am - 5:00pm M-F
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