Going the extra mile might be the best way to define Jeffrey A. Rabin's work ethics. He goes the distance in his efforts to help those who have found themselves struggling in the sea of uncertainty known as social security benefits. Among other things, he conducts monthly chats geared toward answering questions on social security disability law and the intricacies involved in filing claims; he also participates in a message board for the American Pain Association and monitors certain sites dedicated to helping those with such medical problems as fibromyalgia, lupus and multiple sclerosis.
With such dedication, it's no surprise Secretary Donna Shalala appointed Rabin in 2000 to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Coordination Committee. He's also a former chairperson of the Chicago Bar Association Social Security Committee and is a current member of the National Organization of Social Security Claimants Representatives. It's clear where his passions lie and his impressive resume represents one who remains dedicated to protecting those most in need.
Even less surprising is his choice in associates who work alongside him in his firm. They too are dedicated to the protecting domestic violence victims, those with disabilities, veterans who have returned from serving our country and found themselves with nothing to rebuild their lives with and other important social issues Americans face on a daily basis. While home base may be in the Chicago area, Rabin has several offices located across Illinois and the country, each with the same goal of helping those gain access to much-needed benefits. Regardless of where the offices are located, the mission of this firm is to ensure its clients are comfortable, respected and in an environment conducive to finding solutions.
With the all-inclusive approach, the firm's website offers specific information regarding what might qualify for SSI or SSDI. While one area might provide specific information for those with chronic pain, another area will provide details for those suffering from mental illnesses, headaches, lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome or other diseases. In fact, many have discovered only after visiting the firm's site that they qualify, even if they've been denied or told their disorders or diseases would not qualify for any kind of benefits. An impressive amount of information and articles is also provided for clients and the general public that address the uncertainties so many face. Access to podcasts and videos are available as well, including a recent speech given by Rabin at the National Headache Foundation. In it, he discusses social security law and how it affects those with chronic headache pain, including migraines and headaches caused by injury or accident.
Clearly, Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, Ltd. is a model firm and exemplifies what the practice of law should be for every law firm in the country. The dedication and respect shown his clients serve as a reminder to all of us of what an attorney's role is. You can visit Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates at his website, rabinslaw.com.