If an attorney says there is “no fee if we don’t win your case”, this means that the attorney is representing you on a “contingency” basis. “Contingency” means that there is no cost to you until the case is won or the case is settled. Yes, that is right. Zero.
But I thought attorneys are expensive. This is a trick, right? Where is the small print?
In the United States, attorneys are allowed to charge contingency fees. The purpose of these is to give the people who need access to the legal system the ability to have an attorney on their side, at no upfront cost; the attorney simply chooses to wait to get paid at the end a percentage of the settlement or verdict.
OK, that sounds great, but what if something goes wrong? What if there is no settlement? Will I then get a bill?
I don’t know what other firms do, but if you are a client of the Zachar Law Firm, the answer to this is no.
That’s right. No bill even if we lose. Why?
At Zachar Law Firm, we believe in our clients and our cases. So much, that if we lose, we will not charge our clients. Hundreds of hours? No fee? Thousands in costs? No bill. We do our best, with many years of experience representing victims in personal injury and wrongful death cases, to make sure that we have a good chance to get a recovery for our clients. If there are problems, we’ll explain them. If too many problems, then maybe we don’t take the case.
But, if Zachar Law Firm accepts your case, you can be assured that we will put all of our resources into getting the best result for you.
The time after an accident should be your time when you focus on you—not compounded by the stress of how things are going to get paid. That is what we do at Zachar Law—we take that stress and worry off of you to allow you to focus on your medical care and your family. The last thing Zachar Law wants is for you to worry about how to pay an attorney. Zachar Law Firm = contingency fees.
Questions or have a case Zachar Law Firm can help you with? Call us today: 602-494-4800.