Posted on behalf of Gordon & Partners on Jul 11, 2013 in Other
You Don't Pay Unless You Win - Learn How
Defined as a fee that is due upon on the favorable outcome of a case, contingency fees are in place to ensure that a victims' rights will be defended in court regardless of their ability to pay for an attorney.
In many cases, victims of incidents that have caused them personal injury are nervous to hire a lawyer because they believe they cannot afford to do so. In truth, having a contingency fee policy in place promises the victim that they will only have to pay for the services provided by their legal team if their case is won. When compensatory damages are awarded, a portion of that money will cover the attorney’s fee, thus the victim does not need to worry about out of pocket expenses they may incur from having legal representation.
The personal injury lawyer s at Gordon & Partners operate on a contingency fee basis, meaning residents of Florida who are in need of an attorney do not have to worry about affording one. Contingency fees are only due if a successful verdict or settlement is made and the victim recovers compensation as a result.
To learn more, simply complete the “Free Case Review” form on this page – It’s 100% free.
How Florida Contingency Fees Work
The specific amount of any contingency fee is determined by a number of factors involved in the work done on your case. In short, no fee will be charged to the client if we do not win a successful verdict or settlement for you or your loved one.
The Florida Bar Association prohibits any excessive fees and costs to be charged to clients, which are regulations that the attorneys at Gordon & Partners adhere to strictly. Some of the factors that contribute to determining reasonable fees and costs include:
- Time and labor required
- The complexity of the case
- The difficulty of questions involved
- Any time limitations imposed
- …to name a few
Contingency fees are always agreed upon in writing and the details of such will be made clear to all parties involved in the process. At Gordon & Partners, our goal is to fight for the rights of Florida personal injury victims, and we will work tirelessly to win a settlement or successful verdict for you.
The lawyers of Gordon & Partners have a duty to our clients to act ethically and responsibly, and we are transparent in all of our actions, following the statutes and regulations set forth by the Florida Bar.
Filing A Case With Our Florida Attorneys On A Contingency Fee Basis
If you or a loved one is in need of legal representation, there is no need to worry about ability to afford an attorney. Because the South Florida personal injury attorneys at Gordon & Partners operate on a contingency fee basis, we can extend our services to many victims who are in need of an ally during a difficult time in their life.
To file a case with our law firm, call 1 (855) 722-2552or fill out a “FREE Case Evaluation” form on our website. Shortly thereafter, a member of our intake team will contact you and learn the details of your situation.
Our skilled and experienced personal injury attorneys will help determine the cost of any medical bills, lost wages, or pain and suffering that you may have incurred as a result of your injuries, which will be covered by any compensatory damages awarded in the case of a settlement or a successful verdict.
At Gordon & Partners, we support the injured victims, not the big companies or negligent parties. Client satisfaction is of paramount importance in all of our dealings, and 90 days after we open a file a client satisfaction survey is sent out to ensure that our handling of your case was satisfactory. We want to be sure to continue to provide a high level of compassionate and competent service to all our clients, and your feedback is an important part of that process.
The legal team of Gordon & Partners will help you to decide your best course of action to take. With offices in:
- Palm Beach County
- Broward County
- Martin County
...we cover most of South Florida, and our lawyers are licensed to practice law across the entire state.
To find out more, please contact us on 1 (855) 722-2552 and a member from our intake staff will ask about some details of your incident, and then quickly connect you to one of our attorneys - it's that easy.
If you prefer to start immediately, simply fill out the "Free Case Evaluation" form at the top of this page and we will contact you very shortly.