Common Questions in Social Security Part Two
Should I have an attorney to help me with my social security appeals?
Yes. Attorneys who work in the area of social security are familiar with what needs to be shown in order for you to receive a favorable decision of being disabled. Attorneys are must better prepared to handle the hearing and the questions from the judge and to the vocational expert.
How are attorneys paid for their work on my social security case?
If the attorney fee agreement is approved, the attorney receives 25% of the back benefits to which you are entitled, up to a maximum of $6,000. The attorney only receives a portion of the back benefits and does not receive anything out of the benefits you receive after the favorable decision.
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