Do You Think People Would Pay A Fee To Have Someone Else Apply For Their SSI Benefits?
Do you know someone who would pay a fee to have someone apply for their social security benefits for them? What do you think a reasonable fee would be? If you or someone you know needs help, let me know, maybe I can help you.
Figment, the social security administration pays the fee FOR the applicant. I used to practice law; I know, first hand.
It is rare, however, that they will pay the fee to a non-licensed attorney. In that regard, why would anyone pay out-of-pocket for an "agent" or a "representative" to apply for them?
Some people are under the false impression that the fee to their attorney comes out of their benefit award when they get it. It doesn't. It's a separate fund.
Why would someone have an attorney apply for benefits,when all they have to do is go to the social security office and apply????
When I applied I was surprised how easy it was. I suppose if someone were disables or incapacitated, it might be a useful service.
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