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Please refer to the links below for additional information on Social Security Benefits. Do not hesitate to call 860-646-1119 for a free disability consultation. Attorney Sauer works with clients throughout Connecticut.

In a typical case, you pay no attorney fee unless we decide we will work together and you win your claim for benefits. In disability claims the fee may be less than but will never be more than 25% of your retroactive benefits. While there are rare exceptions, you will pay no more than the statutory limit under the fee agreement process, even if 25% of your past due benefits are more than the limit. In June 2009, the limit was set at $6,000.00. That amount changes from time to time and the current and past amounts can be found at the Social Security Administration's website:

In a typical disability case, the exact amount of the fee depends on the amount of past due benefits you receive. If you are successful in your claim, you will receive a lump sum of past due benefits. How far back the past due benefits go depends on the date that Social Security finds your disability began and on the date of your applications. In Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) cases, you can receive benefits up to one year prior to your application, through and including the month Social Security activates you case. in Supplemental Security Income (SSI) cases, you can receive benefits from the first full calendar month after the month of your application through the month Social Security activates you case.

If you win, Social Security must first approve our fee agreement and then, in the majority of the cases, they will withhold the agreed upon amount from your past due benefits and pay me directly.

If there are costs, such as if your doctors or other medical sources charge me for records or reports, I will pay them but you will be responsible to reimburse me.

The information on this site has been prepared for general information and is not legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us using the form attached, or for a quicker response, please call us at (860) 646-1119. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. An attorney-client relationship will not exist until and unless we have reviewed your legal matter directly with you and have agreed to handle the matter with a written and signed agreement. Google+ All Content By:

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