How Much Will it Cost to Hire a Personal Injury Attorney to Handle My Car-Wreck Case?

You’ve probably heard lawyer advertisements promising you that you won’t owe your attorney anything if she can’t win your case.  Have you ever wondered exactly what that means?

Can I Afford to Hire an Injury Attorney?

Dollars Sign Illustration. Usd Currency Symbol. Money Label. BlaLawyers who handle personal injury claims typically do so on a contingency fee basis.  That means that the attorney’s fee is contingent on whether or not the attorney recovers a sum of money for her client.  If the attorney is not able to obtain a settlement or verdict for her client, then the cost to the client for hiring that lawyer would be free.  An attorney who works on a contingency-fee basis only gets paid if the attorney is able to obtain a recovery for her client.

If the attorney is able to obtain a recovery for her client, then she would receive an attorney’s fee, which would be a percentage of the amount of money the attorney is able to obtain for her client.

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What You Should Know About Semi-Truck Wreck Cases in Arkansas

Close Call Crash with a Tractor Trailer Truck

An 18-Wheeler Against a Car, Pickup, SUV, Motorcycle, or Minivan is Not a Fair Fight.

We know that, and you know that, but sometimes truck drivers act like they don’t. Big trucks take longer to stop, are harder to control, and cause more damage, destruction, and injury than other vehicles on the road. Sometimes truck drivers are careless, but sometimes they have been pushed too hard by their bosses to drive too long, too hard, with too little sleep.

Either way, you are the one who ends up suffering the consequences.

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Will My Pre-Existing Condition Prevent Me From Getting What I Deserve From the Insurance Company?

Eggshell Plaintiff | Little Rock Personal Injury Atttorneys | Taylor & Taylor Law Firm, P.A.You probably haven’t heard about the fourteen-year-old kid in Waukesha, Wisconsin who kicked an eleven-year-old kid in the shin.  The kick was so light that the eleven-year-old never felt it.  Nevertheless, the kick caused the kid’s leg to become infected (probably because the kid had recently had an infection in his leg), and he eventually lost use of his leg permanently.

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