Boston Social Security Disability
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Thank you for connecting to my site. Now your question is "Why should you hire me as your social security disability attorney?" Please consider the following as to why I am the best person to handle your case.
- Experience-I have practiced Social Security Disability Law since 1994. I am a member of a national organization of representatives (NOSSCR) who protect the rights of the disabled. I have represented hundreds of applicants who have successfully attained their benefits.
- Local Representation- I am a Boston Social Security Disability Lawyer and have offices throughout Massachusetts to serve your needs and come to your home if such a visit is necessary due to mobility issues. That is one advantage of hiring a local attorney. I am not based in another state, and ask that you do all your business with me by mail.
- Handled by a social security attorney, not an "advocate" or paralegal — I will not push you off to a non-lawyer to handle your case.
- I have been recognized by SuperLawyers in their annual listing of top lawyers in their fields of practice. This honor is limited to the top 5% of lawyers in the state.
Social Security benefits are your safety net. Everyone who retains my firm, retains me! I not only have a wealth of experience in this area, but also, I have built my reputation on personal service. The government decides on the fee. If you can hire an experienced lawyer to handle your case for the same price as a non-lawyer, why would you go anywhere else?
How does a social security attorney get paid?
The government sets the fee for representation on Social Security Disability cases and Supplemental Security (SSI). The attorney receives 25% of the retroactive award. So, if you receive $10,000.00 in back money, the government sends you $7,500 and the attorney $2,500. There is a cap of $6,000.00 right now so that no matter how much the retroactive is, the fee is the LESSER of 25% or $6,000.00.
Sure, it would have been a whole lot better to not have to hire a lawyer. I get it. You are the one who is impaired from working and this is money that you have paid into the system all these years. But the government has created a maze and it is very difficult without capable representation to get you through it. The figures don’t lie. Having a lawyer or not involved will make a dramatic difference in whether you ever see the benefit.
The many clients I have serviced over the years may be your neighbors, friends or community members. I am one of the few lawyers in Massachusetts who practices disability law, and I am proud of it. Let me help you today.
Lipsey & Clifford has many different law office locations in Massachusetts, including Boston and the South Shore.