If you have been injured through no fault of your own, you will have suffered unnecessarily due to another person’s recklessness or negligence. This is not fair, and it’s why you have the right to file a personal injury claim against the at-fault party. If you are successful, you will be able to gain back damages for the out-of-pocket costs such as medical bills. In addition, you may be able to gain punitive damages for the pain and suffering caused.
If you are considering filing a personal injury claim, you may be hesitant because you believe you’ll have to pay upfront legal fees. It’s important that you understand the fee structure before you pursue a claim. You can do this by having a free consultation where you can discuss your case and the fees involved. The following is an overview of a fee structure for a personal injury claim.
You Will Not Need To Pay Attorney Fees Unless Your Case Is Successful
There will be no upfront costs when handling your case. This is because it can be difficult for people to pay in advance, especially if they don’t know for sure that their case will be successful.
We charge a contingency fee for successful cases. If we win the case, the fee will be a predefined percentage of the damages gained. This is beneficial for you as the client for two reasons. It means that you’ll never have to pay upfront for any legal services, so there is no financial risk involved. It also means that we’ll only represent your case when we’re confident we can win it for you, so we won’t waste your time.
If you are considering filing a personal injury claim against an individual or business, you should never let legal fees be the reason why you are hesitant. Consider booking a free consultation so you can get a better understanding of the fee structure before you commit.