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Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH

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How can I pay for my personal injury attorney?

On Behalf of | Jul 15, 2020 | Motor Vehicle Accident |

Personal injuries take a lot from their victims. An injury can cost a victim their health, their ability to earn income, and time to recover. When medical costs, loss of income, and other expenses from an injury begin to pile up, how can anyone afford an attorney to fight for their maximum compensation?

Personal injuries come in all shapes and sizes. Personal injury attorneys know how to maximize the compensation from any harm, which makes them essential in protecting your best interests. No matter how useful an attorney may be, how can a personal injury victim pay for one?

No out-of-pocket payment

Unlike some other forms of legal representation, personal injury attorneys only take payment from the settlement or compensation they earn for their clients. This payment setup offers good news on several levels for clients. The first piece of good news is that a victim does not need any money upfront to hire a lawyer, which is one less thing they need to pay for because of their accident.

A personal injury lawyer only collects payment from the funds they earn for their client ensures that an attorney will fight for the best possible compensation. Because lawyers only receive their payment from the settlement or compensation, there is no risk for a client to hire an attorney.

No payment barriers to keep you away

In a personal injury case, being able to afford an attorney is the last thing you should worry about. Personal injury lawyers only collect payment if they win your case, so you know you can count on them to fight for you, and that you will not have to find emergency funding for your attorney.




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