Yes, you can afford to hire a motorcycle accident attorney. It’s possible to say that without knowing your financial situation. That’s because there are opportunities available to you to get legal representation in your case. Our legal services are paid on a contingency fee basis.
What Is a Contingency Fee?
A contingency fee means that you do not have to pay anything upfront for our services. During your consultation with us, you’ll learn more about the actual costs of the service. We will work with you to agree on a percentage of your final recovery—the amount you are paid as compensation for your losses. It does not matter how complicated your case becomes—this percentage does not change. We’ll discuss any other costs associated with your case during your consultation to ensure you know just what to expect.
What Is the Potential Financial Loss for Not Working With an Attorney?
While you may be concerned about the cost of hiring an attorney for a motorcycle accident claim, also consider the potential loss for not doing so. If you don’t choose to work with a motorcycle accident attorney, you may not receive all of the compensation owed to you.
Our team’s experience can help ensure you get the compensation you deserve, including costs associated with:
- Immediate and long-term rehabilitation needs
- Medical bills for emergency care, surgeries, and specialists
- Lost time at work
- Loss of ability to work
- Costs associated with court
- Pain and suffering claims
- Compensation for surviving family members in a wrongful death claim
Our extensive experience helps us to know what types of costs you should claim. That includes costs associated with medical conditions that may develop over time or the loss of your ability to work or enjoy your life.
The Law Office of Matthew A. Lathrop, PC, LLO, can handle your case. Learn more about what you can expect in terms of service and costs when you contact our team. Request a free consultation today.