What is a contingency fee?
- Under a contingency fee agreement, you pay no up-front fees or hourly rates for legal services. Your attorney agrees to accept a percentage of your settlement or court award. If you do not obtain compensation, your attorney does not get paid. Contingency fee agreements are common in personal injury lawsuits, medical malpractice claims, and other cases that could end with a lump sum payment.
- How much can I get for my personal injury settlement?
- How long will my personal injury case take?
- When should I file a personal injury lawsuit?
- Should I settle with the insurance company?
- Do I have a personal injury claim?
- What is the statute of limitations on a personal injury claim?
- What damages can I claim in a personal injury case
- What is a wrongful death claim?