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How Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Charge?

Posted by Martin Rocha | Oct 06, 2016 | 0 Comments

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A lot of people in El Paso hire a personal injury lawyer. Some people, however, feel worried about being able to actually afford this. Paying legal fees can sound expensive. The good news is, there are attorneys who can provide representation without the risk of financial trouble. Brandon L. Lettunich, Attorney at Law provides legal advice to clients without imposing a financial burden on vulnerable injured victims.

How Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Charge?

A personal injury lawyer does not burden you financially. This is because your attorney will work on a no win/ no fee basis. What does this mean? It means that unless your lawyer gets compensation for you, you don't pay legal fees. Therefore, if your lawyer wins compensation for you, you pay based on a percentage of the damages recovered. The formal name for this type of arrangement is called a contingent fee arrangement. It is one of the most common ways in which payments for legal services are provided in injury claims. 

Benefits of Having a Personal Injury Lawyer

You do have to compensate your lawyer based on a percentage of money your attorney help you obtain. However, hiring a personal injury lawyer still makes financial sense. When an attorney handles your case, you may be in a better negotiating position. You have a better chance of convincing the defendant to enter into a reasonable settlement. If you do have to go to court, your attorney has the knowledge and wherewithal to present your case.  You may be able to get more money through the settlement by presenting evidence to support your preferred compensation amount.

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Contact a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you suffered trauma, now is the time to contact a personal injury lawyer. Brandon L. Lettunich can provide you with help in fighting for full and fair compensation. Call us today to schedule your consultation and find out more.

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