I am frequently asked questions about attorney's fees from prospective Social Security disability clients. This is understandable. Many claimants are unfamiliar with the contingency fee arrangement used for Social Security claims. Some are concerned that retaining an attorney will cost them money at a time when they are not working and need every penny.
To explain how attorney fees are handled in Social Security disability claims, I have added a new About Attorney Fees page to this blog. A permanent link to the new page has been placed in the "Important Topics" section on the sidebar.
For more on attorney fees for Social Security disability claims, you can read the SSA's description of the fee agreement process. Additionally, Wisconsin Social Security attorney Donald Chewning has a recent article on the topic.