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Frederick Daley
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Chicago, IL Lawyer
(312) 372-5200 55 W Monroe St
Chicago, IL 60603
New England Law | Boston
Attorney Frederick J. Daley, Jr., is a founding member of the firm. He began representing disability benefits claimants in 1973. Since then, he has represented clients before the Social Security Administration, Appeals Council, various United States District Courts, and Circuit Courts of Appeals. He shares his expertise by speaking at continuing legal education seminars on Social Security disability law at the Chicago Bar Association and National Organization of Social Security Claimant's Representatives. Attorney Daley has been ranked by other Illinois lawyers to be among the top five percent of all Illinois attorneys in the area of Social...

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