If you’ve been in an auto accident, your world may be turned upside-down. You might have a damaged or destroyed car, have serious injuries, expensive medical bills, and be unable to go to work. Maybe the at-fault driver’s insurance company doesn’t want to pay your insurance claim.
How are you going to pay for your medical expenses and property damage? Everyone you know is advising you to hire a lawyer. Unfortunately, you don’t have the money to hire one. What do you do?
First, you should know that the majority of personal injury law firms offer free consultations. This means that there is absolutely no charge to have an initial meeting with an attorney to discuss the facts of your potential personal injury case and for them to give you legal advice about whether you have a valid personal injury claim.
If you were in a car accident and are also having money issues, make sure that you set up a case evaluation with an experienced attorney that offers free initial consultations.
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When you speak to a lawyer, you will be protected by the attorney-client relationship privilege. This means that anything that you say will be protected as confidential information unless you give them permission to disclose it or an ethical law requires them to disclose it.
Most personal injury attorneys also work on a contingency fee. What does this mean? This means that a client does not have to pay legal fees up front. Instead, the lawyer agrees to receive payment only when the client has received money from a settlement agreement or a successful personal injury lawsuit.
The exact amount of the contingency fee will depend on the fee agreement that you have with your attorney. The state bar association sets rules and guidelines about the use of contingency fees.
Typically, an attorney will pay the expenses of the personal injury lawsuit up front, including filing fees, depositions, copies of medical records, and hiring expert witnesses. Those expenses are paid out of the total award that is received.
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If you have been in a motor vehicle accident or have been injured because of the conduct of someone else, you should seek legal advice from an experienced personal injury lawyer who can help you protect your rights and help you get the personal injury settlement that you deserve.
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