The answer to your question Can I afford a Social Security lawyer? is: Yes you can afford to hire a disability lawyer to help fight a denied claim because under the Social Security Disability programs the attorney is not paid unless they win and their fee is limited to 25% of the back pay not greater than $6000.00. That means that under no circumstance will you have to pay more than $6000.00 if you win. If you lose you don’t have to pay anything because it’s a contingency fee.
Can I afford to hire a Social Security lawyer to fight a denied claim?
Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
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