PERCENTAGE FEES IN DISABILITY CASES
At Social Security Professionals, we receive percentage attorney fees in disability cases only if you win. Many people are reluctant to call a Social Security Disability Lawyer. They are afraid they will have to pay for the consultation and the representation.
At Social Security Professionals, we have solved both of the problems. You need no money to hire Disability Lawyer Donald Peters. He receives only percentage attorney fees in disability cases from past due benefits only if you win. In the unlikely event you lose, there is no attorney fee whatsoever. No win – No fee. And, we eliminate all costs in most cases.
Consequently, you need no money to speak with a Top Rated Disability Lawyer at my office nor do you need any money to hire us. Don’t hesitate to call for a Free Consultation so that we can discuss the strengths and weaknesses of your disability case and how we can win it for you.
Percentage Fee only if you Win Your Disability SSDI or SSI Case
Social Security Professionals uses a fee agreement that strictly adheres to guidelines set by the Social Security Administration. The current guidelines set attorney fees at 25% of past due benefits with a maximum cap of $6,000.00. You don’t have to worry about paying this since the Social Security Administration will pay a percentage attorney fee for you out of your past due benefits. If you do not win or if you do win and there is no past due benefits, there is no attorney fee.
We Use a Fee Agreement Approved by the Social Security Administration which provides a Percentage Fee Only if you Win Your Disability Case
Since our office uses a fee arrangement approved by the Social Security Administration, when you win your claim, a lot of red tape is eliminated and you will receive your lump sum and your monthly benefits much faster. We receive a percentage fee only if approved by the Social Security Administration.
We Eliminate File Costs in Disability Cases so that You Don’t Have to Pay
Many attorneys or representatives charge file costs for medical records which you will have to pay independent of attorney fees even if you lose. Medical records can be very expensive. Mr. Peters solves that problem by using a Michigan Statute which allows him to obtain and provide medical records to Social Security at no cost to you.
When you hire disability lawyers at Social Security Professionals, you need no money to hire a disability attorney or pay for medical records. Because we utilize a state statute regarding medical records, your medical records will almost always be obtained for free. You’ll likely never have to spend a penny when you retain Social Security Professionals as your disability lawyers.