What Do Personal Injury Lawyers Charge?
Potential personal injury clients are often curious to know how much a personal injury lawyer costs. While different Personal Injury Firms handle financial arrangements differently – here is the standard way that the team of award winning personal injury lawyers at Sawan & Sawan charge for representation in a wide array of personal injury cases, from truck accidents and car accidents to dog bite claims.
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You don’t get a second chance at a personal injury case – so choosing the right lawyer to fight for you is very, very important. At Sawan & Sawan, we strive to place as few barriers as possible between us and our personal injury clients. This starts from the outset of the relationship – by removing any cost for the initial consultation. This means quick and direct partner access at zero cost or risk to you. Our team of personal injury lawyers know how stressful a serious injury can be, so we take great pains to ensure that we are only making your life easier through our representation. Before you speak to one of our personal injury injury lawyers – we highly recommend looking at our reviews to get an idea of how past clients feel about our practice.
No Fee Guarantees
At Sawan & Sawan – we offer a “No Fee Guarantee.” This means that is don’t recover for you in your personal injury case – you pay ZERO legal fees. None. $0. We want you to feel as if we are in this situation with you, and this commitment is a big way of putting our money where our mouth is. If you have any questions about our No Fee Guarantee, call us today at 419-900-0955 or fill out the contact form on this page to schedule a free consultation with a personal injury lawyer.
How Contingency Fees Work
Most Personal Injury Attorneys – ourselves included – charge a percentage of recovery for personal injury representation. While this can vary based on complexity, need for litigation, costs and other factors – it typically ranges between 33% and 40% of gross settlement or judgment. A contingency is defined as “a future event or circumstance which is possible but cannot be predicted with certainty.” In the context of a personal injury case, the event that is “possible but not certain” is either:
- settlement of a case or
- a judgment by virtue of trial.
You may be wondering, will I need a jury trial for my personal injury case? While the vast majority of personal injury cases do not go to trial, it’s very difficult to know the answer to this without knowing a number of specific facts about your personal injury matter. If you have questions about the need for trial, please give us a call at 419-900-0955 or contact us on the form on this page to schedule a free consultation today.
Dennis P. Sawan
Licensed in Ohio and Georgia
Christopher A. Sawan
Licensed in Ohio and Michigan