What if I Can’t Afford an Attorney?
After suffering a serious injury in an accident, you’re going to have a large number of financial expenses to deal with. Medical bills, in particular, have a way of rapidly piling up, but you might also have property damage, vehicle repair, transportation and caregiver expenses, home renovations, and the cost of mobility equipment and therapy to deal with.
At this point, you’re probably thinking that the last thing you need to do is pile on to this mountain of debt by adding attorney’s fees to the mix. However, Joel H. Schwartz, PC recognizes this issue, which is why we offer our services to injury victims on a contingency basis.
What Is a Contingency Fee Agreement?
Under a contingency fee agreement, you won’t have to pay your personal injury lawyer until after you’ve recovered a financial settlement from the at-fault party or their insurer. This means that you won’t have to pay anything up front, so you don’t have to worry about any additional expenses complicating your life in the meantime.
What’s more is that you only have to pay us if we win your case. If you don’t receive a settlement, we don’t get paid. It really is as simple as that.
What Are the Advantages to Contingency Fees?
This arrangement conveys several benefits to you. Obviously, the most significant is not having to pay until compensation is recovered, but there are a few others, as well.
Because we only get paid if you do, you’ll know that the advice and opinions we provide are honest. We’ll be upfront with you about how strong your case and what the odds of successfully recovering compensation are.
Additionally, you’ll also know that we’re equally motivated to recover compensation for you. We don’t get paid unless you do. This means that we’ll be aggressive in pursuing the funds you are rightfully owed and winning your settlement in the most efficient timeframe possible.
Legal Advice from an Experienced Personal Injury Attorney
In addition to a contingency fee agreement, Joel H. Schwartz, PC also provides all new clients with the opportunity to discuss their case in detail during a free, no-obligation consultation. Schedule yours by completing the form below or by calling 1-800-660-2270.