Farah Law Works on a Contingent-Fee Basis
The emotional devastation of a serious accident and personal injury, or
the loss of a loved one in a tragic accident, is hard enough to handle
without the financial hardship that often comes with it. Not only are
you left with physical pain and suffering, but you must also figure out
how to pay for the immense expenses that result from an accident or the
wrongful death of a loved one. The last thing you need to be added to
your plate in this situation is legal fees, especially when you haven't
gotten a settlement yet.
At Farah Law, we understand the stress that you are under and the dilemmas
you are facing. That is why we operate on a contingent fee basis, allowing
you to get the legal help you need without incurring excess expenses you
cannot afford at this time.
Do you need an El Paso personal injury lawyer, but are hesitant to call
because of the cost? The success of a personal injury case depends heavily
on having a dedicated trial attorney on your side to fight for you.
Call us for affordable representation!
How Does a Contingency Fee Format Benefit Me?
The team at Farah Law works on contingency fee basis, but what does this
mean to you?
To put it simply:
you only pay us if we recover compensation for you.
This means that we will pay all your expenses during the course of your
case – court fees, filing fees, etc. – and will only charge
attorney fees once we have recovered compensation for your case. The expenses
for your case and our own attorney fees are only reimbursed to us if we
win your case and are taken directly from your recovery so that you never
pay out of pocket. Since our fees are dependent on winning your case,
our interests are aligned directly with those of our clients – which
is to win their cases!
This "no fee unless we win" arrangement makes it possible for
people from any walk of life to choose their own legal representation
while ensuring that their attorney is fully dedicated to and focused on
the best possible outcome for their case, since he or she will not receive
any payment unless the client wins.
Does a Contingency Fee Mean I Will Receive More Money?
Insurance company representatives often tell people who are filing insurance
or personal injury claims (such as for a
car accident) that they should not hire an attorney. They claims adjuster might say
something like "the attorney will take a percentage of what you win,
which means you won't receive the full amount of your recovery."
What they do
not point out, however, is that people who retain legal representation are
nearly always able to win significantly more money than they would by
Hiring a lawyer sends a clear message to the insurance company that you
are serious about maximizing your claim.
Contact our firm now to discuss the situation and find out how much your claim may be worth!