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If you’ve just been hurt in an accident, having money for a lawyer is one thing you don’t need to worry about.

Contingency Fees

Injury lawyers generally accept cases on a contingency fee basis. What does that mean? It means that at the time you hire your injury lawyer, you pay no fees or costs. Instead, you agree that once your lawyer has successfully resolved your case by winning you compensation, you will pay a percentage of the total compensation to your attorney.

Dealing with life-altering injuries and unexpected accidents can be a very stressful time. A contingency fee arrangement can be beneficial for the injured person because they don’t have to worry about coming up with the money to pay legal fees in their time of need.

Call PARRIS Law For Help

At PARRIS Law Firm, we take ALL of our cases on a contingency fee basis. We promise that you will pay no fees until we win your case. We always offer free case consultations, and if you hire us, we advance the money necessary to put on your case. This includes filing a lawsuit, litigating it, performing any needed investigations, hiring expert witnesses, and going to trial if necessary. Once our lawyers have resolved your case, our fee is a percentage of the result we have obtained for you.

If by some chance we are not successful, you will not be responsible for the money we advanced, and you will owe us no fees. Hiring PARRIS is a risk-free choice, since you pay nothing if our attorneys don’t win your case. Not only that, but we promise to give you the personal attention you deserve by communicating with you and helping you through every stage of the legal process. Contact PARRIS for your free case consultation today.

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