Operating on a Contingency Fee Basis
You may be worried about losing a case and being stuck with expensive attorney fees. At the Law Offices of Tragos, Sartes & Tragos, we do not collect fees from our clients unless they have successfully recovered compensation in a verdict or settlement. This means that if you do not obtain compensation, you do not have to pay the costs for retaining legal counsel.
This is known as a contingency fee basis. Contingent fees are frequently used in cases where money is claimed as a reward, such as personal injury cases. When you work with a personal injury attorney operating on a contingency fee basis, you may alleviate your fears of being left with expensive costs without getting the compensation you are fighting for.
The Advantages of Contingency Fee Agreements
There are many benefits to working with an attorney who operates on a contingency fee basis. For example, you do not have to pay the lawyer up-front, allowing you to focus on other more important expenses. Similarly, the lawyer does not collect a fee from you if you lose your case. Because they do not get paid unless you reach a successful verdict or settlement, he or she will be working to obtain the maximum compensation possible for your case. The contingency fee is often a payment equaling a percentage of the compensation recovered.
There are several benefits of contingency fees, including:
- No up-front attorney fees
- Less risk for losing a case
- Options for low-income individuals to file a case
- Reasonable payment upon winning a case
In Florida and other states, there are laws in place that protect individuals from unreasonable contingency fees agreements. Contingent fees allow more individuals to pursue the compensation they deserve without being hindered by costly fees and risks of losing a case. When your attorney is as invested in the success of your case as you are, he or she can make greater efforts to help you get the compensation you deserve. Retain a Clearwater injury lawyer at the Law Offices of Tragos, Sartes & Tragos today to learn more.
Avoid Unnecessary Costs in Your Case
Although contingency fees may not help you avoid court fees, it can greatly reduce the potential burdens of attorney fees. Because your lawyer does not get paid unless you do, there is less to lose in moving forward with a case. If you lose a case, contingency fee agreements prevent you from being left with hefty costs as penalties. If you win a case, your attorney collects his fees, but you still receive the compensation that you need for your recovery!
At the Law Offices of Tragos, Sartes & Tragos, our personal injury attorneys in Clearwater operate on a contingency fee basis. If our clients do not collect, we do not collect, either. If you are suffering from a personal injury, trust a firm with more than 40 years of legal experience to help you get the compensation you deserve. Our contingency fee agreements work for the success of our clients’ cases. Schedule a free case evaluation today!