What if I Can’t Afford an Attorney?
The aftermath of an injury is almost always a stressful time—especially when someone else was at fault for what happened to you. You’ll have a number of medical bills and other damages that all need to be dealt with, and all you want is a fair settlement to cover these unforeseen expenses.
Unfortunately, the at-fault party and their insurance company probably won’t be eager to provide you with the funds you need, making a personal injury attorney a necessity. The idea of legal fees might seem like adding insult to injury, but at Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP, we make it as easy as possible for injury victims to get the legal help they need by offering our services on contingency.
What Is a Contingency Agreement?
Our firm will examine your case and help you form a solid claim without any payment up front. Because we work according to a contingency agreement, we will only get paid after you do. What’s more, you only have to pay us if we win your case. This removes the risk from the equation: If you don’t receive a settlement, you don’t have to pay us.
We will agree on a fixed percentage beforehand, and once your case settles, our fee will come from those funds. This will allow you to avoid the stress of legal fees while you’re trying to recover and having to deal with everything else.
The Benefits of a Contingency Fee Agreement
Working with a lawyer under a contingency agreement guarantees that we will answer all of your questions honestly during your free consultation. We will also be financially invested in winning your case, which ensures our total commitment and focus to the case.
All of these financial and stress-relieving incentives make consulting with a personal injury lawyer a must for anyone in need of securing fair compensation. Together we can protect your family’s interests and help you get the funds you need to recover.
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If you have been injured and need the compensation you deserve, fighting for it is the only way to get treated fairly. Hold the at-fault party monetarily responsible for your medical costs, lost income, and other damages.