How Contingency Fee Contracts Allow You To Hire An Attorney With Zero Up Front ExpensesDecember 6, 2016
After a motor vehicle wreck or other personal injury situation, a lot of injured parties do not hire an attorney because they feel they cannot afford to pay an attorney. A wreck can result in unforeseen expenses, such as medical bills and vehicle repairs, making additional expenses overwhelming. That’s why some attorneys, like personal injury attorneys, use contingency contracts.
A contingency fee contract allows a person to hire an attorney without having any upfront out-of-pocket expenses. Under this type of arrangement, an attorney is not paid an hourly rate. Instead, the attorney is paid a percentage of what is recovered for the client. An attorney can also recover a portion of case expenses which are reimbursed when the case is resolved in the client’s favor.
If the case is not resolved in the client’s favor, whether it be by settlement or trial, then the attorney is not paid anything. A contingency fee contract enables an injured person to hire an attorney without having to bear the financial burden of hiring an attorney, and has zero financial risk if the case is not resolved in the client’s favor.
If you or a loved have been injured at work, car wreck, or other incident and suffered injuries as a result of the negligence of another person, please contact us immediately for a free consultation. The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm have successfully handled all types of personal injury cases and can help you obtain any possible compensation for your injuries.
The attorneys at the Amaro Law Firm work on a contingency fee contract so you do not have to pay anything unless we successfully resolve the case in your favor. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.