At GoldenbergLaw we believe the legal system should serve all Americans, not just the wealthiest and best-connected. Too often, a courtroom and the sense of justice it conveys can seem out of reach for hard-working individuals who can’t afford the price of admission.
Our personal injury and product liability lawyers are committed to ensuring that innocent victims of negligence and misconduct in Minnesota and nationwide have an opportunity to pursue justice and compensation. That’s why we operate on a contingency fee payment system.
If you live anywhere in Minnesota and want to speak to our personal injury lawyers about the accident that hurt you, please call GoldenbergLaw at 612-436-5026 for a free consultation.
What is a Contingency Payment System?
The lawyers who make headlines and frequent national news shows are quite expensive. They require huge retainers and a significant hourly rate.
Our personal injury attorneys don’t operate on an hourly fee. Instead, we utilize a system that pays us a percentage of any verdict or settlement amount at the end of the case.
This has two huge benefits:
- Because clients don’t have to pay money up-front, the economic status of the client is irrelevant. You will not be denied a chance at pursuing the compensation you deserve as a result of an inability to pay a lawyer. Instead, you’ll get the same access to skilled legal representation as anyone else.
- Second, a contingency fee payment system provides an incentive for personal injury lawyers to accept cases with good odds of success. The myth of the litigious personal injury attorney is just that – it makes little sense for a lawyer to accept a case with no chance of success.
Indeed, our firm has a strong commitment to providing you with open, honest and experienced feedback regarding the strength of your case. We will not mislead you at any point.
The specifics of the contingency fee will be determined by several factors, including the complexity of your case. Our final payment includes the percentage agreed upon before opening the case and any case-related expenses accrued during the process of pursuing your claim.
Of course, we will discuss all of these details in clear, easily understandable terms before opening your case.