How Contingency Fees Help

When you hire a personal injury lawyer, it is typically best to look for an attorney who works on a contingency-fee-basis instead of one who demands payment upfront. A lawyer who works on a contingency basis will not ask you for money at the start of your case. Instead, he or she will work for a fixed percentage of the settlement or verdict of your case ends.

If you're wondering why this is typically the best way to pay a personal injury lawyer, consider the following benefits.

Contingency Fees Make Great Lawyers Accessible to All

Many people never think to hire attorneys because they believe they don’t have the money to pay for them. Most victims of negligence don't have the spare cash to pay an attorney outright, and those who do don’t because they aren’t guaranteed to win.

When attorneys use contingency fees, however, their services are more accessible for those who don’t have money in the bank. This is a good thing because initial funding shouldn’t stop people from seeking justice for a personal injury case.

Contingency Fees Prevent Stress During Recovery

Even if you can afford to hire a lawyer upfront, it can add a lot of stress to your life. Right now, you might be focusing on the recovery process, and concerned about things like how much your medical bills are going to be and how long it will be before you can return to work. It would be best if you didn’t have to worry about paying attorney fees when going through this difficult time.

It Means Your Attorney Will Work Hard for You

Of course, any good lawyer should do what he or she can to handle your case in the best way possible. However, when working on a contingency-fee-basis, your attorney has an incentive to do a good job with your case. After all, your attorney will not get paid if you don't get paid.

As you can see, if you need to hire an attorney for your car accident injury, it's a good idea to look for one who works on a contingency basis. Suzuki Law Offices guarantees that car accident clients won’t pay a dime unless we recover compensation!

Call (602) 842-6762 now for a free consultation for your case.

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