Roger S. Hutchison received his undergraduate degree from the University of Illinois, and obtained his law degree in 1992 from Chicago-Kent Law School. He has represented more than 2,000 Social Security disability claimants from Chicago, across the State of Illinois, and around the country. He has also litigated disability claims against private insurers in Federal Court. He is a past Chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Social Security Law Committee,and in that role he coordinated meetings among lawyers who represent Social Security disability claimants, Administrative Law Judges, Social Security Administration Hearings Office Coordinators, staff from Social Security Administration District Offices, and medical and vocational experts who testify at Social Security disability hearings.
He is a past officer and board member of the South Suburban Bar Association. He also regularly speaks to Social Security disability attorneys at seminars. Although he handles Social Security Disability Claims at every level, he encourages his involvement at the application level, so that the claim is properly structured from the onset. His motto is Working Hard for Those Who Have Worked Hard, and he prides himself on his direct communication with clients. His initial consultation is free of any charge or obligation. He handles Social Security Disability Claims on a contingency basis, so that clients will not be charged an attorney’s fee unless they are awarded benefits.