What Are Lawyer Contingency Fees?

A contingency fee is a fee paid to a lawyer only when they win a verdict or settlement. This type of arrangement is common in personal injury cases where an accident victim seeks monetary damages for their injuries.

How Do Lawyer Contingency Fees Work?

In contingency fee arrangements, the lawyer agrees to accept a fixed percentage of the total financial recovery. If a lawyer wins the case in court or settles the case pre-trial, the lawyer’s fees will be deducted from the money awarded.

At Cory Watson Attorneys, we understand the tremendous financial stress victims face following a personal injury and believe everyone is entitled to quality legal representation, regardless of how much money they make.

Our firm represents clients on a contingency fee basis so that you can afford to hire an excellent attorney to protect your interests.

A contingency fee structure means you don’t pay us, unless we get money for you. It’s that simple.

Questions regarding contingency fees? Our team is happy to explain all aspects of the fee arrangement to you and explain your legal options.

Contact us with any questions today.

Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyers Working on Contingency Fees

If you are looking for a contingency fee personal injury lawyer in Alabama or Tennessee, consider working with Cory Watson. Our attorneys have recovered more than $3 Billion for clients in verdicts and settlements.

From our offices in Birmingham, Nashville, and Memphis, our nationally recognized lawyers represent clients across the Southeast. We have been fiercely advocating for families for more than 38 years with no upfront costs.

With this wealth of experience, we can effectively guide our clients throughout the entire legal process while helping them get the maximum available compensation.

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