Questions often arise concerning review and attorney’s fees. An experienced Ocala Social Security disability attorney can shed light on the subject, as well as answer the following frequently asked questions.
At times, when benefits are awarded by the ALJ (administrative law judge), they may be revoked by the Appeals Council in Falls Church, Virginia. This does not happen very often, but when it does, the Appeals Council will notify you no later than 60 days after the judge’s decision. They may reverse a decision after that period, but that is extremely uncommon. Although it probably will not happen to you, your Ocala Social Security disability attorney will help you through this situation if it does come up.
This is rare, but it does happen from time to time.
You may be asked by your Ocala Social Security disability lawyer to reimburse her for sums that were paid to retrieve medical records, reports and so on over and above the normal fee for her services. The SSA neither pays nor reimburses you or your lawyer for these out-of-pocket expenses.
Yes, they are.
If you have questions concerning review of a favorable decision, consult an Ocala Social Security disability attorney by contacting the CJ Henry Law Firm, PLLC today: 352-304-5300.