How are you paid your attorney fee?

In almost all cases, an attorney who wins a disability case receives 25 percent of the past due benefits up to a maximum fee of $6,000. However, the attorney gets nothing if the claimant loses.

When we take on your case you do not have to pay us any money up front. A written contract is entered into at the beginning of representation and, of course, you get a copy of the agreement at that time.

Typically, there are incidental costs in a disability case like the cost of obtaining medical records and reports. These costs are payable at the end of the case. Attorney fees are usually withheld by the Social Security Administration and paid directly to the attorney at the time of a favorable conclusion.

Sean D. Cuddigan
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SSA and VA Disability Attorney in Omaha, Nebraska