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How Do You Get Representation After a Crash if You Can’t Afford a Lawyer?

You were recently hurt in a crash and now you’re looking for a lawyer to help you get compensation. But there’s one thing standing in your way: money.

You’re already on the hook for big medical bills, and you’ve been out of work for a while and not earning the paychecks you need. That means there’s no way you can afford a lawyer, right?

We Work on a Contingency Fee Basis. Here’s What That Means:

It’s true that most lawyers charge expensive hourly rates and send eye-popping invoices to their clients after brief office visits. But we’re not like most lawyers. We know that auto accident victims are already suffering financially, and the last thing they want or need is to take yet another financial hit by paying expensive lawyer fees.

That’s why we provide our services on a contingency fee basis. Simply put, you owe us nothing unless we win your claim. You’ll never see a bill for any phone call, consultation, follow-up, office visit, or even court date (if your case goes to trial).  And if we do win your claim, our payment comes from part of your settlement rather than from your bank account.

If We Take Your Claim, It’s Because We Believe We’ll Win It

Because we aren’t getting paid on an hourly rate or billing for office visits, there’s no incentive for us to waste our clients’ time by taking weak or fraudulent claims. Working on a contingency fee basis means that we’re selective about the claims we take, and we determine which claims are most likely to get a large amount of money for clients who need it by speaking with victims one-on-one about their accidents and injuries.

When we help you take the next steps towards financial recovery after your crash, it’s because we think we can get you maximum compensation. That’s why it’s important to reach out to us and tell us what happened.

Even if your claim requires a lot of work gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, and negotiating with the insurance company, we aren’t afraid to roll up our sleeves if it means helping you get the money you’re owed.

Our Contingency Fee Means We Have Time to Build Your Claim to Perfection

Although we want to get our clients paid as quickly as possible, especially when their bills are mounting, our ultimate goal is to get them paid fairly. By charging a contingency fee for our services, you won’t have to worry about racking up a huge lawyer fee for weeks or months of our services.

In addition, the more exhaustive and thorough our work is when building your claim, the more money you’re likely to get when it settles, whether it’s through the insurance company or via a jury’s decision. Good things are worth the wait, and that includes checks for injuries that weren’t your fault.

Why Get a Contingency Fee Lawyer if the Insurance Company Offers a Settlement?

Most victims are on their own after crashes that weren’t their fault. But sometimes, insurance companies reach out and offer settlements seemingly out of the blue. When this happens, is it even worth calling a lawyer—even if they work on a contingency fee basis?

YES! Insurance companies rarely offer settlements that fully compensate victims. So even though you may be “saving” money by not paying a contingency fee, you’re still likely to get less money overall without a lawyer on your side.

Having a lawyer means having ALL your accident-related expenses accounted for, demanded, and negotiated, whereas taking the insurance company’s offer means forever accepting what they think your claim is worth.

Contact Us Today for a FREE Consultation

In addition to offering our services on a contingency fee basis, we also offer free consultations. That means there’s absolutely no risk for calling our firm and telling us what happened. There’s also no obligation to hire, which means that if you don’t feel like we’re a good fit for you, you can walk away without owing us any money.

Reach out today, and let us get started building your claim. You’ve been through a lot, and now it’s time for us to help you get the money you need to move forward with your life.