FAQ: How Do Personal Injury Lawyers Charge For Their Services?

Most personal injury law firms work on a contingent fee basis, which means that they charge a percentage of the recovery, typically between 25 and 40 percent, but only if you win your case or get your case settled.  If there is no recovery, you owe the law firm nothing, which makes it possible for anyone, regardless of their financial status, to hire a skilled attorney to represent them in an injury claim.  This helps to level the playing field in places like West Virginia where it is difficult for the average person to pursue an insurance company or other corporation.



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