What if I Can’t Afford an Attorney?
Recovering from an injury or accident can be an expensive process that requires getting fair and full compensation from the at-fault party. Avoiding a lowball settlement offer that leaves you paying out of pocket down the road means working with an experienced personal injury attorney.
However, you might be worried about taking on legal expenses in addition to your medical bills while your settlement is negotiated. If you’re like many Americans who have been injured in accidents, you’re likely wondering how you can afford an attorney.
Fortunately, personal injury law firms make this process easy for accident victims by providing their services on what is called a contingency fee basis.
How Does a Contingency Fee Work?
At Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP, we work with clients on a contingency agreement, which means that you don’t pay us unless we get you a settlement. In a contingency fee agreement, the client pays a fixed percentage of the final amount paid—and not until the settlement is received.
This means that if we don’t win your case, we don’t get paid. It’s as simple as that.
Pay Nothing Unless You Win
Because of the contingency fee agreement, we only get paid if you receive a successful outcome. This is advantageous for everyone involved in a few different ways. First, you pay nothing upfront, and second, it is within our best interests to do everything we can to win your case.
This also means that you can count on the legal advice and case evaluation we provide during your free consultation to be both honest and comprehensive. We want you to know what your odds for a successful case are and what your case could be worth.
Free Consultation with an Experienced Orange County Personal Injury Attorney
If you have been injured but have concerns or questions regarding how to afford an attorney, we can help. Don’t let the fear of your expenses and injuries keep you from getting the legal counsel you need.
At Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP, we can examine the details of your case and help you determine the best way to move forward. If you are entitled to financial compensation, we can make sure you receive a fair and full settlement. Contact us today to speak with an attorney during a free case evaluation by calling 1-844-404-2400 or by filling out the online contact form on this page.