Saile & Saile LLP's Client First Fee Agreement Helps Local Accident Victims With Legal FeesAccident victims who require an experienced personal injury attorney to obtain compensation often fight to recover from their injuries on two fronts: financial and medical. This is the reason why personal injury lawyers may offer a contingency fee payment arrangement.
If you or a loved one has been personally injured in a Philadelphia or Bucks County accident, you understand the difficulty you must face in managing life. You may be hospitalized or require surgery, rehabilitation or both. If you are the primary caregiver of children or elderly household members, your day-to-day life and that of your family can literally be upended. You may find that in order to obtain proper compensation, you need competent representation from a PA personal injury lawyer to help you.
Personal injury lawyers commonly charge a contingency fee in order to provide you with that representation. A contingency fee payment arrangement is often the only way the average person can afford to hire a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer to represent them. It means that unless or until a financial recovery is made on your behalf by the personal injury lawyer, you will not be charged for their representation. However, contingent legal fees can vary anywhere from 33 to 45 percent or more, regardless of whether your case is settled early or whether it goes to trial.
There are two key reasons that a Bucks County or Philadelphia area accident victim with a personal injury claim chooses a contingency fee. First, few people are adequately financially prepared to handle paying legal fees without adversely affecting the financial stability of his or her household. Secondly, it is not unusual that a Philadelphia area accident victim is rendered unable to work or limited to reduced working hours during recovery or rehabilitation. This places yet another burden on your family.
The Bucks County personal injury attorneys at Saile & Saile LLP believe they have a better plan. They call it the Saile & Saile Client First Fee Agreement. Simply, similar to a contingency fee arrangement, you are only charged if funds are recovered in the case, but if your case settles early, you get a discounted fee.
The PA injury attorneys at Saile & Saile LLP believe that they should only be paid for work that they have done, and not receive a special windfall when a case settles early. The difference can mean much more funds available upon settlement to help you recover from your injuries.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a Pennsylvania accident, Saile & Saile LLP's Client First Fee Agreement may be the best way to help you both financially and medically. For more information, get our FREE PA Car Accident book written especially for accident victims who are worried about legal fees.