How Much Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost?

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Hiring a personal injury lawyer can be a critical step in securing the compensation you deserve after an accident. However, understanding the costs involved is essential. In this video, Bringardner Injury Law Firm explains the cost structure of hiring a personal injury lawyer, including contingency fees and other potential expenses.

By the end of the video, viewers will have a clear understanding of the cost structure for hiring a personal injury lawyer and what to expect in terms of fees and expenses.

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If you’ve been injured and need legal advice, contact Bringardner Injury Law Firm at 843-380-5299 for a free consultation. Our experienced attorneys can help you understand your options and guide you through the process to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

Personal Injury Cost FAQ

  • What is a contingency fee? A contingency fee is a payment structure where the lawyer’s fee is contingent upon winning the case. If you don’t win, you don’t pay attorney fees.
  • What percentage do personal injury lawyers typically charge? Personal injury lawyers typically charge a contingency fee ranging from 25% to 40% of the settlement or court award.
  • Are there any upfront costs when hiring a personal injury lawyer? No, with a contingency fee arrangement, there are no upfront costs. The lawyer’s fee is paid from the settlement or court award.
  • What other costs might be involved in a personal injury case? Additional costs can include court filing fees, expert witness fees, medical records fees, deposition costs, and investigative costs.
  • Do personal injury lawyers offer free consultations? Yes, most personal injury lawyers offer free initial consultations to discuss your case and fee structure.
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