What does it mean when Personal Injury Attorneys Work on a "Contingency Fee"?
Almost all personal injury cases are handled by an attorney who will work for a contingency fee. But what does that mean? A contingency fee means there is no charge to the client whatsoever unless you win or reach a settlement. As a client, you will pay nothing out of your pocket because the fee will come out of your settlement. If you win, or you agree to settle your case, your attorney will take a portion of the verdict or settlement. Contingency fees are generally 1/3 for personal injury cases (such as car crashes, medical malpractice, etc.) and 1/5 for worker's compensation claims.
Before hiring the attorneys at Sam C. Mitchell & Associates, we will explain the contingency fee arrangement and will answer every question you may have. We will also send you home with a copy of your written contact. At Sam C. Mitchell & Associates, we work on a contingency fee which allows our clients to pursue claims with no money out of their pocket. This allows our firm to use our resources to fight for you while you fight to get healthy and get back to work.
If you have been seriously injured in an accident, we highly recommend seeking advice from a Personal Injury Attorney. Attorney Matthew Caraway would be more than happy to answer any of your questions. Contact us today at 618-505-1660. Let us get to work for you.