How do contingency fees work?
I offer a contingency fee arrangement to both my personal injury and pharmaceutical malpractice clients. This means I receive nothing if your case is unsuccessful. Even better, you pay nothing up front, which makes it easier to pursue the justice you deserve. In the event we win your case, you must pay a portion of your settlement to the firm.
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