Social Security Disability
Americans with a condition, disease or other disability which prevents them from obtaining employment can apply for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. SSD provides beneficiaries who are completely disabled with a monthly cash income. for most cases, the disability must prevent the beneficiary from working for at least 12 months or eventually result in death. Several levels of appeal may have to be pursued before the application of benefits is complete. Even if you are denied during any course of the appeal, you are not automatically disqualified from receiving benefits.
What are my attorney fees?
Fees are based on a percentage of the amount recovered after the conclusion of the case and is capped by a maximum fee amount established by the social security administration. All attorney fee requests must also be approved by the social security administration.
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