Highly Skilled, Affordable Litigation Attorney based in St. Louis, MO.

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How Does Fishman Law Get Paid?

We don't get paid until you win.

You need to know this. And we think you will be very happy with the answer so please take a moment to read on! Our fees for your representation are set by the Social Security Administration. Social Security Disability Attorneys are paid only if they help you recover past due benefits and only up to a maximum of 25%. So we get paid ONLY if you are awarded benefits that have accumulated over time, since you became disabled. Most importantly, we will do everything possible to help you qualify recover the owed claims that you rightly deserve. Do we get paid as well? Of course. But only if we are able to win for you. So we are motivated, capable and expert at what we do.

Just as important, there is no charge for contacting Fishman Law offices to discuss your case to determine the next and best course of action. Even if you have tried in the past or you have a neighbor or acquaintance who has not been successful in collecting Social Security Disability Benefits, the sooner the process begins with a Fishman Law Attorney, the faster you will begin to receive current and past due benefits.

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The Fishman Law Firm, P.C.
Jack Fishman, Managing Attorney

  • 8147 Delmar Blvd # 216, St. Louis, MO 63130
  • (314) 727-9293
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Firstman Law Firm, P.C.

Litigation and Criminal Law Firm serving individuals and families throughout St. Louis County, St. Louis City, St. Charles County, Jefferson County, Warren County, Franklin County and Pike County.

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