Think You Can’t Afford To Work With A Disability Attorney? Think Again.

Things You Should Know About Attorney’s Contingency Fees

When you hear the word “attorney,” what is your first thought? You might be thinking,“attorneys are too expensive, I can’t afford to work with one!” or…”I can deal with these insurance issues on my own.”

At Kantor & Kantor, we understand that our clients are already under a great deal of emotional and financial pressure due to injury, illness, or a serious health issue. When this happens, financial resources are quickly assessed and allocated to health related expenses (doctor and specialist visits, prescriptions, procedures and treatments, alternative medicine) – not to something outside of the budget like an attorney. Furthermore, if you are suddenly unable to work, the burden of your illness can feel insurmountable…and working with an attorney can feel nearly impossible.

We understand.

Kantor & Kantor works with clients on a contingency fee basis. This means that we do not collect a fee from you unless you get your claim paid. In fact, since our cases are handled on a contingency basis, our clients rarely have to pay us any money at all unless and until their cases are resolved favorably. We are also available to speak with you and evaluate your case in a NO COST consultation.

Our firm is passionate about advocating for our clients and supporting them in obtaining the disability benefits to which they are entitled. We spend every working day fighting insurance companies so that our clients have access to the health, disability and life insurance benefits available under their policies. Making sense of your disability (or heath or life) policy, communicating with insurance companies, or filing an appeal after an insurance denial can be terribly frustrating and overwhelming.

You don’t have to do this alone.

Take a look at our website and our blog for more information about what we do. Feel free to call us at (800) 446-7529 with questions.

We can help.

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