What Fees Do Personal Injury Attorneys Charge?

What Fees Do Personal Injury Attorneys Charge?

We Never Charge a Fee Unless We Win—Just Like Everyone Else

Many attorneys advertise that they don’t charge you anything unless they win your case, but this is true for almost every plaintiff injury law firm out there. Personal injury attorneys are compensated by taking a percentage of your winnings, if your trial results in a favorable verdict or settlement.

Some of our competitors are charging rates as high as 37.3% for their basic contract and 42.3% if a lawsuit is filed.

When you come to Cantor Injury Law, LLC, we won’t charge you unless we win your case, but this isn’t what sets us apart. We are first and foremost committed to accomplishing what is in your best interest. We demonstrate our commitment to our clients’ wellbeing by charging a reasonable fee of no more than 33.33% of the total amount recovered (40% if a lawsuit is filed). As you are searching for legal representation during this time, be wary of any law firm that charges fees higher than these, and consider that each additional percentage point can equate to hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in fees.

Personal Injury Attorneys Serving Clients in St. Louis

At Cantor Injury Law, LLC, we have been providing skillful representation for clients in St. Louis for 25 years. We represent clients who have endured physical suffering, financial loss, and personal harm as a result of the negligence of other people and entities, and we have helped many people obtain appropriate compensation for their damages.

Many of the cases we handle involve:

If you have been harmed in any way through the recklessness or failure of another party, we may be able to help you pursue a fitting solution in your case.

Call (314) 485-4005 today to schedule your consultation with a St. Louis personal injury attorney.

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