Asking for help is a strength, not a weakness, especially when it comes to applying for disability benefits. When you choose to work with a disability representative, you’re greatly improving your chances of success. Your representative can help you complete your paperwork, obtain medical evidence, follow the SSA’s rules, stick to deadlines, avoid silly mistakes, and much more. The outcome of this undertaking will have a dramatic impact on the rest of your life, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. With their years of experience and expert tips, disability representatives are undoubtedly worth it. The question on your mind now, I’ll bet, is this: how much does a disability representative cost? There is no question that disability representatives are helpful, but will their services leave you broke? Scroll down to find out.
How Much Does a Disability Representative Cost?
When you are disabled and unable to work, it goes without saying that affordability is essential when it comes to hiring a disability representative. Also, will you be required to pay the representative if your claim isn’t approved?
You’ll be happy to know that we have good news on both fronts!
Here at BTS Group, Inc., our services cost you nothing unless we win your case and you’re awarded retroactive benefits. So if you aren’t successful, don’t worry! You won’t lose a cent. If you are successful, the fees you pay will be based on a percentage of your retroactive benefits. As a rule, this fee is 25% of your retroactive benefits, and it cannot exceed $6,000 for you and your eligible dependents. Additionally, if we help you win your case, you may be charged for the expenses we incur in obtaining medical evidence for your claim. All of the fees paid to BTS Group, Inc. are approved by the Social Security Administration.
If you’re interested in hiring a disability representative, remember to ask your top contenders the following questions:
- How many years of experience do you have?
- What is your rate of success?
- Have you ever worked on a case similar to mine? If so, was the claim approved?
- Do you offer a free consultation?
- Do you have experience working on appeals?
- What are your fees?
- Will I be charged if the claim isn’t successful?
- When will I be required to pay these fees?
- What services do your fees include?
- Do any services cost extra (such as obtaining medical evidence)?
Be sure that you fully understand all of the details of the fees and services involved, so that you know exactly what you’re paying for and aren’t bewildered by unexpected charges. Also, don’t agree to anything until you are comfortable with the representative, their company, their services, and their fees.
Ready to get started? Contact BTS Group, Inc. to learn more about what a disability representative can do for you. Our representatives would be happy to help you apply for disability, build your case, monitor your case status, and ultimately win the disability benefits you deserve. Please click here for a free case evaluation. Or if you’re still hesitant about the idea of hiring a disability representative, click here to read some client testimonials.