Schneider Kerr & Gibney
Some attorneys only accept cases if you pay a retainer fee up front or if one or more doctors have gone on record supporting your disability case or if you do all the work before the hearing. Some attorneys have general practices, doing a Social Security case now and then, but not focusing on this very technical and complex area of administrative law. We require no retainer fee, and we accept cases at all stages in the process. We specialize in Social Security law and have developed the focused expertise through research and practice representing thousands of clients like you. We work on a contingency fee only basis, meaning that you only pay us if and when we win your case and you are awarded back pay.
We know how much depends on your obtaining Social Security disability benefits, and we want to help you.