Experienced Social Security Attorneys Can Help

 

You need a good Social Security Attorney because the federal law is complex and very confusing.  The difference between the right answers and the wrong answers can mean so much at the hearing level, and good, experienced legal representation will greatly increase your chances of recovery.

 

Don't hesitate to call our one of our Social Security Lawyers, even just to ask a question.  Our attorneys and legal professionals are ready to take your call.  Physical disability can be financially and emotionally devastating, and we understand what you're going through.  Some questions that you may have include:

  • How long will it take my disability lawyer to get my money?

  • What are my chances of the disability attorney winning my case?

  • What if I haven't worked much over the past few years?

  • How do I know if I'm even eligible for Social Security?

  • What type of Social Security benefits would I be entitled to?

Talking To A Social Security Attorney On The Phone

Some people are surprised to find that talking to an attorney's office on the phone is actually a pleasant experience.  Remember, any discussions that you have with the lawyer or the law firm staff is kept in strict confidence. There is no charge or fee for the initial discussion and you are under no obligation whatsoever.

 

When you speak to a Social Security Lawyer, he or she will want to know things like:

  • What is the nature of your illness or physical impairment?

  • What kind of work have you done in the past?

  • What is your education level?

  • When is the last time you worked, if ever?

  • Have you already filed for Social Security or been represented by a Disability Lawyer in the past?

  • Have you been denied Social Security benefits, and when were you denied Social Security benefits?

 

During your initial phone consultation with any Social Security Disability Law Firm then it is important to be honest about your condition.  Things like obesity, illiteracy, and lack of education are things that can help to prove you are disabled. Tell the lawyer who handles claims for Social Security and they can help you win your case.

Attorneys Fees In Social Security Claims

What About Attorneys Fees?

 

You will never even have to write a check.  Regardless of how much work an attorney does on your case, you will never pay more than 25% of your back pay for legal fees.  If you don't win your case, you owe nothing, ever.  In other words, if you don't get paid, we don't get paid. It's just that simple.

 

Also, once you get approved for benefits, you will receive all (100%) of your monthly disability check from the Social Security Administration.  Your attorney will only be paid one-fourth (25%) of your initial award for back pay.  Also, there is a maximum amount of attorneys fees that your lawyer is allowed to receive if you only have one hearing before a judge.  At this time, the maximum that your lawyer can receive is $6,000.00 if you only have one hearing with your Social Security Administrative Law Judge.

 

A Great Value - Great Legal Help at A Great Price

 

Most of the time, hiring an attorney to help you in an injury claim will cost you between 33% and 45% of your total reward.  Social Security Lawyers, however,  follows laws preventing an attorney from receiving more than 25% of your initial payment only.

 

For example, if a claimant files for disability at age 39, wins his case at the age of 41, and begins receiving $1,000 per month until dies at age 59, then that means that he received a total of roughly $240,000 from Social Security.  However, his attorney would only receive a maximum of 25% (or a maximum of $5,300.00) of the initial payment.  That means that in the end, the Social Security Attorney would only have received 2.2% in attorneys fees for winning the case.  That's a great value!

Don't Delay. Call our Social Security Lawyers Today!

Do you have questions regarding your social security benefits? Contact us today!