We charge no fees or costs unless we obtain money for you.
At the law offices of Gordon & Doner, we understand that most people cannot afford to pay lawyers by the hour or advance the costs necessary to fight a legal battle against insurance carriers or other large companies.
With this in mind, we want our clients and future clients to know that we advance the costs of a claim and wait until it is settled or finished at trial to charge Gordon & Doner fees and costs associated with your claim.
If we win at trial or procure a settlement on your behalf, we charge a percentage of the compensation obtained for you. The exact percentage may vary based on the type of case.
In advance, clients will be explained how Gordon & Doner fees work as well as sign a contract, along with our legal team, that explains the fees in detail. When the case is settled or tried, you will receive a closing statement, which will highlight the gross amount of compensation we obtained for you and the costs.
If you have outstanding medical fees or a lien with your health insurance company, we can help you resolve those matters, which will also be reflected on the closing statement.
We will not disburse any funds to ourselves or anyone else until you have reviewed and signed the closing statement.
For the fees in your particular type of case, please call our office at 1 (855) 722-2552 or fill out the free case evaluation form to get in touch with our law firm. We are more than happy to explain our services and fees for your current, or pending, lawsuit.
With more than 180 years of combined legal experience and over 20 years dedicated to helping injury victims throughout South Florida, our personal injury lawyers are here to help fight for the justice you deserve.
To learn more about your legal options, contact our team of highly skilled lawyers today 1 (855) 722-2552 and we can discuss the merits of your claim. Your initial consultation is free and completely confidential.
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