When you're injured or have recently gotten into a car accident, you're stressed out enough by the impending hospital bills, recovery time, and time off from work. Thinking about paying out a personal injury attorney isn't something you want to have to deal with right now.
That's why at The May Firm, we are a no-win, no-fee practice.
What does that mean?
This means that we don't take a fee from you unless we win your case. We understand that you can't think about yet another huge bill before you get the settlement or compensation you deserve. We don't want to put any additional stress on your plate. Remember, we are here to help you get on the road to recovery and back to living your life as quickly as possible.
Essentially, a no-win, no-fee lawyer gets paid at the end of your case. If we lose, we take no fee from you whatsoever, so working with us is risk-free. If we win, we wait for your settlement check to come in, we take enough to cover our retainer fees, and you get the remainder of your settlement to do with what you please.
What are the fees at the end?
As mentioned, once we win your case, money from your settlement or from the insurance company paying out will cover our fees. The fees include the cost of our services, general expenses, and disbursements if applicable.
This will all be calculated before settlement to ensure you're getting the most money possible after our bill has been paid. We will discuss more in-depth what our fees are during our consultation when we begin to work together.
Why no-win, no-fee?
Our main concern is getting you the compensation you deserve in order to cover your medical bills, cover lost wages at work, and help you recover stress-free. If you're having to pay us, win or lose, that's even more stress on your plate. What if we're not able to help you, and you're stuck with an even larger bill than when you started?
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