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What are contingency fees?

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 judgement.

Contingency fee arrangements are typical in:

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