Contingency Fee Agreements and You: Can I afford a personal injury lawyer?

How much does an injury lawyer cost? Imagine this scenario: You have been injured in a motor vehicle accident or another form of accident. You have sustained grave injuries, you are unable to work, you have had to cut into your savings, and you are at your wit’s end trying to figure out how you are going to make ends meet going forward. That’s when it occurs to you, what if I sue the person who did this to me? But then you might start to wonder if you can afford the costs involved in advancing a lawsuit.

How Much Does An Injury Lawyer Cost?

Accident victims often ask what are the fees to get a lawyer to represent them if they want to sue for their injuries. This is a very valid question and one that you should always consider if you are looking at retaining a lawyer. The way our firm operates when you retain us is on the basis of what is called a “contingency fee agreement.” What this effectively means is that up until your case is finished you do not owe the firm anything for the hours and work that we will put into your case. When your case eventually settles, we retain a percentage of the amount recovered and you keep the rest. Regardless of the work involved in your case, our firm provides a guarantee that if you do not get any money out of your case that you do not owe us a dime. Learn more about how personal injury claims work at James H. Brown and Associates here.

Secure the Results You Deserve

Serious injuries have serious implications. In many of our cases, the settlement we’re fighting for will provide for accident victims and their families’ lifelong needs. If you or a loved one are in this situation, you should be seeking legal advice from a team with proven results; your future depends on it.

James H. Brown and Associates has helped our clients secure complete, fair accident injury settlements, including numerous precedent-setting cases that continue to set standards in Alberta courts. Our team is committed to standing up for our clients in Grande Prairie and across Alberta, continually raising the bar for injury settlements.

*Results vary according to the facts in each case. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results.

Have You or a Loved One Been Injured?

Based in Edmonton, James H. Brown and Associates are proud to stand up for your rights no matter where you are in Alberta. Book a free, no-obligation consultation today; our team will reach out in-person, by telephone, or online to help get you started on the path to justice.

Contact us today to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation with James H. Brown and Associates’ injury lawyers.

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