Analysis of Supreme Court Opinion in Culbertson v. Berryhill (Social Security Cap on Attorney’s Fees)

Click here for an analysis of the recent Supreme Court opinion in Culbertson v. Berryhill holding that the Social Security Act’s fee cap of 25 percent of past-due benefits imposed on attorneys who successfully represent Title II benefit claimants in court proceedings applies only to fees for court representation and not to aggregate fees for both court and agency representation.

Opinion analysis: Social Security cap on attorney’s fees applies separately to successful representation before a court