How are Social Security Attorneys Paid?

How are Social Security Attorneys Paid?

  • You do not have to Pay a Social Security Attorney, unless they win your Case
  • You will receiving a Lump Sum Back pay from your SSDI or SSI Award
  • This Lump Sum will cover the months that you have been waiting for Social Security Disability to be Awarded
  • If a Case is expedited or adjudicated very quickly in the Process, your Attorney will receive 25% of your Back pay
  • Your Attorney’s Payment cannot exceed $6,000
  • The Money will come directly from the Social Security Administration, so there will be no worry about the Exchange of Money

This short informational video was provided by Anne Howard, an Experienced  Connecticut Social Security Disability Attorney.