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Welcome to Spector & Lenz, P.C.

Since 1981, Spector & Lenz, P.C. has been representing our clients in all aspects of
Social Security and disability law.

Our locally owned law firm in Chicago has been skillfully representing thousands of clients in Social Security and SSI disability adjudications, contested retirement/survivor claims, public pension claims and judicial review.

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Our Practice Areas
Our Strengths
EXPERIENCE

Our locally owned law firm in Chicago has been in practice for more than 30 years, skillfully representing thousands of clients in Social Security and SSI disability adjudications.

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SOLUTIONS

Whether you need help with an initial application or in appealing a claim in court, you'll get dedicated and zealous professional representation.

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RESULTS

We have successfully represented thousands of clients at agency hearings and in the federal courts. See our Testimonials page to read what our clients are saying.

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Client Testimonials

"I came to Spector & Lenz to have them help get my Social Security money. Their personnel and staff were very knowledgeable and kind through the process. I would recommend them to anyone trying to get their Social Security benefits. Ted Horowitz was extremely knowledgeable and helpful in getting my SSI benefits."

~ Keith Fox

"I came to Spector & Lenz with my twelve year old son to get him disability benefits. Deborah was a sweetheart with a good spirit and Joseph was very passionate. The experience was fast and easy-going. It was a hard case, but they made it easy. They never judged me or the situation. I would refer anybody to them. They are the best."

~ Diane Clark

"Spector & Lenz is great and Deborah really helped me a lot. I was disabled, struggling and my medical bills were overwhelming. That is when I went to go see Deborah Spector. She helped me with my disability case and helped me get Medicaid and monthly payments. That helped out a lot!"

~ Alex Machugin