At Robinson & Henry, P.C., we understand that legal problems often arise unexpectedly and, as a result, catch our clients off guard financially. We often hear from prospective clients that the biggest hurdle to hiring legal representation is the expense. This may be particularly difficult for someone facing a Social Security disability claim.
- initial case evaluation
- Hourly fees may be available
- Contingency based fees
- Transparency in our billing practices
In most cases, we offer a 30-minute initial assessment, during which our attorneys can quickly diagnose your legal issue and offer solutions.
Hourly Rates or Contingency Based Fees
Depending upon the nature of your case, Robinson & Henry offers either an hourly fee agreement or a contingent fee agreement. We work with you to determine what is best for you.
A contingent fee agreement is one in which you don’t pay any fees if the case is lost; if the case is won, then the fee – usually a fixed percentage – will be taken out of the amount won. Our contingency fee structure for Social Security disability claims helps our clients get started without any upfront cost. It’s important to note that the fee structure is set by the Social Security administration and is regulated by law.
Win or lose, you are responsible for case costs, such as filing required paperwork or ordering records.
At Robinson & Henry, we believe in transparency. There is a lot more information about how this contingency fee structure works in our client agreement. When you call for your initial assessment, we will be happy to answer all your questions.
Our attorneys review each bill to ensure that the explanation of charges is thorough and accurate before a bill is sent to you. Additionally, we bill on a biweekly basis to ensure that you are kept informed of the status of your case and the work that we have performed on your behalf.