Our Contingency Fees
Learn What Makes Our Hudson Valley Injury Firm Different
It's common for personal injury firms to work with what are known as
contingency fees. This means that, in most cases, they will only charge
the client once money is recovered via settlement or verdict. What most
people don't know is that fee charged in most cases will likely be
33% of the total money recovered, the maximum allowed by law in most states.
When it's all said and done, that might restrict how the injury victim
and their families approach medical care, rehabilitation, and other necessary
Michael R. Varble & Associates, P.C., we do offer contingency fees, but this is not how we conduct ourselves. Instead,
we only take 25%. That’s because, at our firm, the long-term well-being of our injury
clients is paramount. These are individuals who are dealing with medical
bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and, in some cases, lasting disabilities.
Our firm believes that these clients have paid enough.
Learn how our firm ensures that our injury clients receive maximum compensation.
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Our Contingency Fee Policy
If you are an injury victim that comes to our firm, you will not be charged
for our legal services unless we recover you compensation, period. When
we do recover our clients’ compensation,
we charge 25%. Why? Because the money recovered during these actions is there to best
serve the injury victims—not their lawyers.
Injury victims must sometimes deal with:
- Medical bills
- Lost wages
- Emotional trauma
- Permanent disability
- Home care
- An altered quality of life
No matter what the severity or circumstances of an injury victim's
situation, one thing is always clear to our firm: they deserve as much
of the recovered money as possible. For more information on our contingency
fees, our approach, or how our dedicated Hudson Valley personal injury
attorney can help you put this difficult time behind you, contact us today.
Haven't you paid enough? Call us to request a
free consultation now.