Attorneys' fees are the amount of money that the attorneys, staff, and law firm are paid for the legal services they provide. In most personal injury and wrongful death cases, attorneys' fees are based on a contingency. Under this arrangement, attorneys' fees are based on a percentage of the settlement or verdict in the case. If the case is lost, we do not recover a fee, although you may have to pay some expenses or costs. The contingency fee percentage varies and some lawyers offer a sliding scale based on how far along the case is when it is resolved. A one-third fee (33 1/3%) is common if your case is not litigated.
What are attorneys' fees?
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured or killed by a drunk driver or injured by the carelessness, recklessness or negligence of another, contact Georgia Super Lawyer Jason R. Schultz PC to make sure you are compensated for all of your lost wages, medical expenses and pain. Do not face the insurance company alone.