The first thing to know is that you don’t pay us any attorney fees unless we recover Michigan Social Security Disability benefits on your claim. We recover attorney fees only if we win your case and get you an award of past-due Social Security Disability benefits. And we never ask for any up-front retainer fee, either.
Michigan SSD attorneys, J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law, work on a contingency fee basis. That means we recover a percentage of the benefits we win for you in your case. The most we collect is 25 percent of any past-due benefits you are awarded, or $6,000 – whichever is less. Those limits are set by the Social Security Administration, which imposes a maximum amount that attorneys can collect when representing SSD benefits claimants. In addition, the Social Security Administration must approve all attorney fee requests.
We also get reimbursed for our out-of-pocket expenses. In most SSD cases, those costs are small compared to other types of cases. They usually cover costs for copies of medical records, postage, and any administrative or other routine fees.
It’s easy to reach J.B. Bieske and Jennifer Alfonsi, Attorneys at Law, with any questions about attorney fees on your Michigan Social Security Disability benefits claim. We have local offices throughout Southeastern Michigan – in Macomb Township, Livonia, Novi, Troy, Downriver, and Detroit. That makes it convenient to meet with us in one of our local offices, but if you can’t come by, we can talk with you by phone.
Whether you’re in Lansing, Ann Arbor, Rochester Hills, Jackson, Adrian, Monroe, or anywhere else in Southeastern Michigan, simply call us at at (800) 331-3530, or use our convenient online contact form.
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