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How do Attorneys get Paid?

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How do attorneys who represent Social Security disability applicants get paid?

It is very helpful to have an attorney represent you for the initial claims process and for any appeals thereafter. Only about 25 percent of initial claims receive a favorable determination. That is because initial applicants often fail to provide the necessary information that the Social Security examiner needs to approve SSDI benefits.

Social security disability attorneys have a thorough knowledge of the application process, are updated on the medical criteria and the supporting documents necessary to create a convincing case on your behalf. All the services are available free of charge. The fees of a social security disability attorney are paid by the Social Security Administration. If they win a case, they get up to 25 percent of your pay back. This provides the incentive for attorneys to represent your case in the best manner, while you get the best legal representation absolutely free.

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