What kinds of fees are associated with personal injury lawsuits?
The fees associated with personal injury lawsuits are typically a contingency fee contract is what the client would sign. What that means is the attorney would get one third of the recovery once the case is settled. There’s no fee owed unless there’s a recovery made. The only way that would change is that a lawsuit has to be filed, which only happens in a small percentage of the time, then the fee would then go to 40% of any recovery that the lawyer gets for the client.