My firm relies upon Attorney Soprano as a trusted referral in the realm of workers’ compensation. Although I feel like I could ‘set it, and forget it’ when entrusting one of my clients to her, Attorney Soprano keeps me diligently informed of her advocacy on my client’s behalf.- Matthew T. Spillane, Esquire
Do you know where to start with Social Security Disability?
- Initially you will speak with one of our highly trained staff about the nature of your problem. Once the background information is obtained an attorney will contact you to discuss the matter further.
- In many cases, clients will come in for an initial appointment after the phone conference.
- There is no charge for the initial consultation in a Workers’ Compensation or Social Security case.
- In most cases, representation will commence after the initial appointment. As we work on a contingent fee basis in Workers’ Compensation and Social Security cases, clients are not expected to pay any attorney’s fees out of pocket. We typically are paid at the conclusion or settlement of the case.