Hiring a talented and experienced attorney is one of the most important steps you need to take after a car accident, but if you’re like most Americans, you don’t have enough extra money to spare to pay a retainer fee. This is why it’s so helpful to find a personal injury lawyer who works on contingency. Make sure you understand what it means for an attorney to work on contingency and how it could help you get the legal representation you need.
What Does It Mean to Work on Contingency?
If an attorney works on contingency, he is willing to provide all of the legal services you need without charging any upfront costs. This could save you thousands and thousands of dollars out of pocket!
Instead of paying a retainer fee or monthly installments, your attorney simply receives a certain percentage of your compensation award if you win your case. However, if you lose your case, you don’t receive any compensation and neither does your attorney. Most of the attorneys who work on contingency do so for legal claims that seek financial damages for injuries, such as personal injury or wrongful death after a DUI accident.
Catania and Catania Works on Contingency
Catania and Catania has been serving the Tampa, Florida area for personal injury, auto accidents, medical malpractice, social security disability, and workers’ compensation cases for 25 years. The firm’s group of attorneys are experienced, professional, and dedicated to winning your case. Since your attorney at Catania and Catania will not get paid unless you win, you will benefit from the true motivation of a person working his hardest to earn you the compensation you deserve.
Attorneys Peter and Paul Catania have won a number of high-profile settlements in the past years, like a $6,000,000 medical malpractice settlement and $3,000,000 auto accident settlement. By working with Catania and Catania, you can rest easy knowing you are receiving top legal expertise with the best chances of receiving the highest possible compensation, all without spending a dollar from your own pocket.
Call Catania and Catania today at 1(800) 253-5523 to learn what your case could be worth and begin the process of a contingency case.
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