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Financing for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) Attorneys

Balanced Bridge Funding offers a post-settlement funding option for attorneys with pending contingency fees in Social Security Disability Insurance appeals.

Once an appeal is successful, there will still be delays until the attorney who worked on the appeal receives their contingency fee. Often, it can be weeks and even months before those fees can be attained, which can potentially leave SSDI law practices with cash flow issues.

Balanced Bridge Funding bridges that gap between fee payments so you don’t have to wait any longer.

Post-Settlement Advances For Your Delayed SSDI Fees

Our advances can be on your standard contingency fee arrangements, or your fee petitions in other situations. We can usually advance against multiple pending fees at the same time.

With documentation of your fees, a Balanced Bridge advance can be used however you need it. Pay for business expenses like payroll, increase your marketing and advertising budget or use it to finance case costs in the rest of your portfolio.

Post-settlement advances:

  • Start at $10,000 for our minimum.
  • Have clear terms and rates, with no hidden fees or charges.
  • Are easier to qualify for than line of credit products.
  • Offer cheaper financing compared to pre-settlement options.
  • Can be attained within days, instead of waiting weeks or months.

Learn More About SSDI Funding Options

If you would like to explore SSDI funding options with Balanced Bridge, please call us at 267-457-4540 or email us here. We are happy to answer any questions and speak more about our funding terms and process.

You can also click here to go to our online funding application and apply for an advance today.

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Why Wait?

When you need money to pay the bills, see a doctor, grow your firm, or cover case cost expenses, the last thing you want to hear is “wait.” We offer a range of customized funding solutions so you never have to wait.