No Recovery? You Don’t Pay a Dime!
Choose the Advocacy of The Law Offices of Daniel Kim
When facing a personal injury claim, one of the most pressing issues that you might find yourself facing will likely have to do with the cost of a personal injury claim. After all, many are probably asking themselves, can I even afford to pursue a personal injury claim? The truth is yes, you can!
We are proud to serve our clients on what is known as a contingency fee basis. This simply means that unless we are successful in recovering a favorable verdict or settlement, you don’t have to pay a dime. You therefore don’t have anything to risk when you hire our firm; just the opportunity to pursue justice.
How the Contingency Fee Basis Helps You
With contingent-fee arrangements, we are offering you an ability to avoid the costly route of flat fees or hourly rates. Some firms will charge for the minutes that they claim to work on a case – racking up the time with added complications and creative charges. With our firm, you can avoid this complication by the simplified contingency fee arrangement. Then, instead of hiring an attorney, you are acquiring a business partner. We have a mutual interest in the success of your claim and you can be confident knowing that we will fight tirelessly to ensure that your legal rights are 100% defended.
In many cases, we will even advance most of the expenses associated with the claim. This means that you don’t have to run the risk of out-of-pocket fees. Just because you can’t afford to pay an attorney by the hour doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t have experienced or reliable representation on your side. Contingency fee basis means that you benefit not only from significantly lowering your personal risk in the case, but that you also experience the added benefit of your lawyer having even more incentive to help you obtain the best results possible.
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By spreading the inherent risk of the case, you can avoid a “sunken cost” of hiring an attorney and paying them by the hour. You get a partner – someone who truly believes that the case has merit and has faith that you will be able to obtain the best outcome possible. It is for this reason that we are proud to service our clients on a contingency fee basis. If you would like to learn more about how we can help you during this trying time, please do not hesitate to contact us immediately.