As far as the fee for social security disability attorney, they get paid or we get paid by the back benefits that are obtained for you. It is done on a contingency fee basis so you don’t owe anything at the beginning of your case. We do a free consultation that regardless of what happens we will not charge you for that consultation. After that, we represent you from beginning to end throughout the hearing or we get you disability benefits before that. Our fee is a percentage and it’s 25% of your past due benefits up to a maximum of $6,000. There are instances where we would do a fee petition based on the certain circumstances of your case, but if we do that, we will notify you of that and you are absolutely not required to pay anything in advance. You do not pay anything until or unless we win your case. We are working for free unless we get a favorable decision for you.
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