You applied for Social Security Disability benefits, but they sent you a denial.
Friends and family say you should get a lawyer and appeal.
But you already can’t work because of bad health. How are you supposed to pay for a lawyer?
At Becker Law Office, we understand your concern. And we know the frustration you’re going through after being denied the disability benefits you need to get your life back on track.
We have good news: You can start working with a lawyer without paying anything.
Keep reading to find out how it works.
If you’d like to discuss the details of how you pay for your disability appeal in person, contact us today.
When you aren’t bringing in a regular paycheck because health problems make it impossible to work, paying expensive attorney fees seems out of the question.
You may be struggling to cover basic expenses like food, housing and transportation, much less worrying about getting a lawyer.
So it’s important to understand this: The only time you pay a fee is after you win benefits.
We start out by working for you for free, so you don’t have to empty your life savings or max out your credit cards paying a lawyer retainer fee.
If we win Social Security Disability benefits for you, we get paid according to a fee agreement approved by the Social Security Administration (SSA).
This is how it works:
If, after exhausting all the appeals steps, you’re denied by Social Security again, you still don’t owe us a fee. The only thing you might have to pay are reimbursements for the costs of obtaining medical records.
Before you start working with us, you can also get us to review your situation for free.
Social Security’s own numbers have shown your chances of winning benefits are better with a professional representative.
And because you don’t pay any attorney fee upfront, you’ve got nothing to lose — literally — by working with the experienced lawyers at Becker Law Office.
Don’t wait. If you’ve been denied SSD benefits, you have a limited amount time to file your appeal.