If you’ve been hurt in an accident or if your loved one has been killed by someone else’s negligence, then you may be worried about money. Your medical bills or your loved one’s funeral expenses may be adding up while you, or your loved one, are unable to work.
Financial Worries Should Not Stop You From Contacting a Personal Injury Lawyer
The legal team at Hupy and Abraham believes that everyone deserves to be represented by an experienced personal injury lawyer regardless of his or her ability to pay a lawyer. You did not cause the accident that hurt you or that killed your loved one, and you should have every opportunity to make a full and fair legal recovery. Accordingly, our law firm:
- Provides free consultations. Your first meeting with us is always absolutely free and you have no obligation to hire us.
- Represents clients on a contingency fee basis. This means that there are no hourly fees. Instead, we are paid a percentage of the settlement or court verdict that you receive. We are not paid until your case is completed, and if there is no recovery then there are no legal fees.
But Are There Other Costs When Hiring A Personal Injury Lawyer?
Yes, there are costs involved in handling your case. These out-of-pocket expenses include filing fees, copies, transcripts, fees for medical records and bills, and other costs. Hupy and Abraham will advance costs on your behalf, but you are then obligated to reimburse costs when your case is completed.
It is very important to understand what fees and costs are involved in handling your case and when you are obligated to reimburse your attorney at the time of recovery. We will review all of this with you before you decide to have us represent you. We will answer all of your questions about how much it will cost you to hire us and about the benefits that we can provide to you.
Your time to file a personal injury case is limited. Accordingly, we invite you to contact us online at any time for more information or call us directly at 1.800.800.5678 to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.