Attorneys who represent Social Security Disability claimants get paid out of the back pay when they when the case. If they don’t win the case they aren’t paid. Under the Social Security Disability regulations attorneys who represent claimants are limited in their fees. The limit is a fee of 25% of the back pay not more than $6000 and if you’re not successful you don’t have to pay.
How are attorneys for social security disability claimants paid?
Social Security Disability Blog Posts:
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