Personal injury cases are taken very seriously by our team here at Daniel Law Firm. We feel so passionately about seeing those who have been injured due to negligence receive the compensation they deserve because it is often something that was beyond their control and now they have to suffer because of it.
We believe it is important that justice isn’t held back by a financial barrier, which is why we offer contingency agreements to our clients. From a financial standpoint, getting injured due to the negligence of another person can be draining, to say the least. With the cost of medical bills, treatment, and medication being so high, it’s not uncommon to see these victims left with close to nothing—and in most cases, certainly not enough to hire an attorney.
So, what exactly is a contingency fee? A contingency fee is a set percentage that an attorney takes from the victim’s settlement value following a successful claim. If the case does not settle, or there is no compensation amount, the client will not have to pay anything to the attorney regardless of the amount of time or money the attorney put into the case.
As earlier stated, those who have been wrongly injured deserve to seek justice, no matter what their financial status is. The right to seek compensation is something that we have been given by law, and at Daniel Law Firm we believe that holds true to each and every individual injured by negligence.
Because of this, a contingency fee will benefit those who would have otherwise not been able to seek legal counsel. In addition to this, you will be able to rest easy knowing you will only have to pay if your attorney wins your case. This will also help with ensuring the quality of the attorney’s work, as they want to win the case not only for you and your well-being but now, they also have the added fire under them to get paid.
In addition to working on a contingency basis, our team here at Daniel Law Firm also offers free case evaluations. During this time you will be able to present your case and receive advice and more information from our team of highly experienced Memphis personal injury attorneys.
You’ve got nothing to lose, other than those stacks of medical bills, by contacting us today. Call (901) 295-0100 to schedule your initial consultation now.