How Do We Get Paid? | Hattiesburg Injury lawyer Richard Schwartz
Many people wonder how personal-injury lawyers get paid when they represent clients after an accident. Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A. works on a contingency fee basis. While some attorneys set hourly rates, those who work on a contingency basis charge clients a percentage of the recovered judgment or settlement. This reassures clients that their lawyer will pursue the maximum compensation. If you have been injured in Mississippi due to another person's negligence, then a Hattiesburg personal-injury attorney from Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A. may be able to help. Call (601) 869-0696 to learn more. Contingency rates may vary from one lawyer to the next. If the case settles, then Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A. charges 30 percent of the total settlement amount. If case has to be filed with the court and litigated, then we charge 42 percent of the judgment plus expenses incurred by the firm. The policy of Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A. is that the client always gets more money than the attorney. Our goal is to recover enough compensation to help you pay for medical expenses, lost wages and other damages. A Hattiesburg personal-injury lawyer from Richard Schwartz & Associates, P.A. can evaluate your case, gather evidence, structure your claim and help you navigate the legal system. We can quantify the damages so you pursue the maximum amount of compensation.
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