Attorney Fees and Costs of Representation in Your Disability Claim
Attorneys who handle Social Security Disability claims work on a contingent fee basis. This means that you are not charged attorney fees unless your claim is approved and you are eligible for past due benefits. Your lawyer does not get any portion of your ongoing benefits.
The fee that an attorney can charge is capped at 25 percent of your past due benefits, up to a maximum of $6,000. Since the legal fees are capped, you should hire a lawyer based on experience and service. At Hoglund, Chwialkowski & Mrozik, PLLC, your case is handled by knowledgeable lawyers who practice only in Social Security Disability law. Our skilled and compassionate attorneys treat you with dignity and respect while doing everything possible to secure your disability benefits.
The law allows attorneys to charge clients for additional out-of-pocket expenses, which would include costs for medical records and/or payments to doctors. However, Hoglund Law does not charge clients for these expenses.
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Do you have to have an attorney? Technically speaking, no. From a practical standpoint, hiring an attorney greatly improves your chances of getting qualified for benefits. The farther you go into the claims and appeals process, the more you are likely to need legal representation.
We handle Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) claims. With more than 35 locations across Ohio, we have a convenient office near you to discuss your claim. We also make home visits.
Do You Have a Hoglund Social Security Disability Lawyer?
If not, you can call us day or night at 855-513-4844 (toll free) or contact us to arrange a free consultation.