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Law offices of Stephen Barszcz Disability Lawyer

How is the attorney compensated in a Social Security disability case?

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The attorney is compensated in a Social Security disability claim by receiving a percentage of the payment of the back money benefits secured. So, for instance, if you ultimately prevail in your social security hearing, and you have for instance, $25,000 of back money benefits, the attorney would receive a percentage of the back money benefits, and you would then go ahead and receive the full amount of benefits from that point forward.

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