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Contingency Fee Agreements Explained
Legal representation and litigation can be quite costly. Often times the cost of legal representation can be prohibitively expensive for victims of personal injury if handled on an hourly fee basis. Many law firms bill their clients anywhere from $400 to upwards of $1,000 an hour. The expense of representation and litigation can actually result in preventing all but the most well-to-do individuals from receiving the justice they deserve. Contingency fee agreements are the ultimate equalizer in ensuring all individuals, regardless of their financial situation, are able to receive the justice they deserve. Across the United States, most personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. This means that the client generally pays nothing upfront. Under our contingency fee agreements, generally, a client does not pay any legal fees to our office unless we win his or her case.
Why a Contingency Fee Agreement Benefits Our Clients:
Receive Access to Justice regardless of your financial situation.
Do Not Worry if you will be unable to afford our legal services. We only charge you if we recover for you and our fee is a percentage of how much we recover for you.
Have Confidence in Your Case, we do! Personal injury cases are costly to handle and we only charge our fee if we win your case. Accordingly, we are careful in selecting cases that we believe have merit.
Rest Assured We Are Working Hard to Win Your Case because we are paid only if we recover for you.
Contact us to discuss your personal injury issue today. We can answer questions you may have, including those relating to the financial aspects of your case.
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