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NO FEE UNLESS YOU WIN

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NO FEE UNLESS YOU WIN

When you can’t work, paying a lawyer is the last thing you need to think about. That’s why we only charge a fee if you win your case. Even then, the fee is taken from your past-due benefits, so there is never any out-of-pocket cost for you when you hire us. In other words:​

NO FEE UNLESS YOU WIN YOUR CASE.

Our fees: 25% of any past-due benefits (back pay), up to $6,000.​

EXAMPLE: If you receive $16,000 in past-due benefits, our fee is $4,000.

EXAMPLE: If you receive $75,000 in past-due benefits, our fee is $6,000.

EXAMPLE: If you receive no past-due benefits or do not win your case, you pay no fee. 

 

EXCEPTION: If you are denied by a judge, we appeal, are successful on the appeal (i.e., the case is sent back to the judge for a new decision), and you win your case on remand, then the $6,000 fee cap is removed, and our fee becomes 25% of any past-due benefits. 

No up-front costs or hidden fees.

​​​When you become a client of ours, you pay us nothing up front. There is no retainer fee for our services. You only pay if you win your case.


Unlike many law firms, we do not charge you for things like medical record fees or postage. We consider these to be costs of doing business and you never have to worry about reimbursing us for case costs. You have enough to worry about.

Want to see our fee contract?

​​​Every document you sign is always available for you to view or keep. You can see a copy of our standard fee contract here.

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This website is an advertisement for legal services. Merely contacting this office does not establish an attorney-client relationship. The information provided herein is for informational purposes only, and is not meant to constitute legal advice. You should seek legal advice that is specific to your circumstances. Offices located in Kentucky. Our firm serves clients in all 50 states. Services may be performed by others.  

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