Can I Fire Your Social Security Disability Attorney? Part 1

What are the penalties for firing your attorney? If you wondering what kind of penalties are then read this article and find out.

What are the penalties for firing your attorney? If you wondering what kind of penalties are then read this article and find out.

If you are not satisfied with your Social Security Disability Attorney then you have a choice of firing him or her at any time.  But before you decide, you must know why you want to fire your attorney and how it will affect you and your case.

Ask Yourself Why Do You Want To Fire Your Attorney?

Often disability claimants become angry with their attorneys due to taking a long time for the Social Security Administration (SSA) will make a decision on their claim.  Being angry and frustrated with the attorney especially when he or she does not return emails, and phone calls promptly or have to meet with you about your case.  Unfortunately, an Attorney is unable to shorten the time it takes for Social Security Administration to process a claim or scheduled court date hearing.  On the other hand, my eBook can get your case reviewed and onto a Decision Writer’s desk for a decision just by following the steps.

In order to decrease your frustration and angry, interview your attorney like on a job interview.  Ask questions like what is the general wait times in your state, how can you get my SSDI or SSI approved without a scheduled court date, what is your approval rate, and how many people got approved you represented.  That way you can make a better decision on who is going to represent you.

Will I have pay more if I Hire another Attorney?

You should call the Social Security Administration to see where you are in the disability process before making a decision to fire your attorney.  Remember when you hired your lawyer, you signed a contract which is a fee agreement will allow your attorney is entitled to a fee of 25% or up to $6,000.00 maximum from your back pay awarded to you.  However, if you are close to your scheduled hearing date then your attorney have invested a lot of time and resources in preparing for the case will not waive his or her right to the fee………….

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