Right after your accident, a lot of things may be going through your mind. One of those things may be money. How much money have you lost, how much will you lose, and how much could a Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer help you get back? But then you ask yourself; how much will a lawyer cost you?
So you’re thinking of hiring an Injury Lawyer for your accident. How does this work? How much can you expect to pay and when? First of all, right after your accident, you can call an Injury Lawyer in Pennsylvania and ask them about your case, usually for free. Rarely is anyone ever charged for this consultation. If there is a charge for this first meeting, find another attorney who does not charge. There are plenty of them out there. If an experienced injury lawyer then takes your case, you don’t ever have to worry about paying attorney’s fees out of pocket. Here’s how:
So here’s what makes things easier for you: an experienced Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer will NOT charge you ANY attorney’s fees unless he or she wins or settles your case. And on top of that, once your case is settled, the attorney’s fees get taken right out of the settlement so you do not have to pay out of your own personal funds.
There are laws out there that could result in your case being thrown out of court if you wait too long. Also, cases get “cold”; memories fade, people move, the accident scene changes, and so on. There is no benefit in waiting to hire a Pennsylvania injury lawyer; only potential harm. Basically, as soon as you suspect anything, you should call a Pennsylvania Injury lawyer so you can learn your rights and get the process started. Talk to us for free by calling us at (877) 353-0529, or fill out the contact form below:
Rachel D. Olszewski, an attorney at Scartelli Olszewski, P.C., is a dedicated advocate for clients who have suffered unjust harm. Following the legacy of her esteemed family members, Rachel specializes in personal injury, medical malpractice, and criminal defense. She is actively involved in professional associations and serves on the board of the Luzerne County Bar Association Charitable Foundation. Rachel is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
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