When To Contact A Social Security Lawyer
Social Security law is quite complex. If you believe that you will not be able to work for some time due to a physical or mental disability you should seriously consider taking advantage of a free consultation with an attorney that focuses on Social Security law in Kansas City. You need to understand how an attorney can help and what this help will cost.
The legal fee is straight forward, the attorney is bound by law to charge the lesser of 25 percent of the back pay you are awarded or a maximum of $6,000. Very little money is needed up front, in the majority of cases any out of pocket expenses that the attorney has are simply reimbursed when the case is concluded. There is no fee payable in the event you do not win your case; the attorney takes you as a client based on contingency.
Why should you hire an attorney?
There are numerous benefits to hiring a seasoned Social Security attorney; number one, they know Social Security law in Kansas City inside-out.
Your chances of being granted disability benefits are considerably higher when you have an attorney. Statistically, those who do have skilled legal representation are far more likely to be approved than those that “go it alone.”
The laws that apply to Social Security disability as well as the numbers rules and regulations that must be followed make it difficult for a layperson to fully understand the best way of presenting their case.
When to hire an attorney:
The best rule to follow is “the earlier you consult with an attorney, the better.” Even if you are considering filing an application for benefits you should first arrange for a no cost, no obligation consultation. The best attorneys can evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your case and if it looks like you have a good case, they can begin by helping you with the initial application without delay.
Social Security law in Kansas City is complicated, for you to have the best chance at getting disability benefits you should hire a seasoned Social Security attorney. You are invited to contact the Grundy Disability Group, LLC and take advantage of a free initial consultation.