Excerpts of answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). To see the full answer, either click on the question or the Read More button.
For additional information, request a copy of our Guide to Selecting the Right Attorney.
In certain types of cases, attorneys work on a contingency fee basis. That means the Plaintiff's attorney typically advances all costs and expenses of the litigation; then when a settlement or judgment is obtained the attorney will recover those costs and expenses as well as his attorney's fees as a percentage of the settlement or
When you're shopping around for legal services, always ask the attorney to fully explain their fees and billing practices. Don't hesitate to ask detailed questions. A lawyer's willingness to discuss fees is an important indicator of client service. But consider that cheaper isn't necessarily better. A more expensive lawyer with a lot of experience may