This means that the law firm’s fee is a percentage of the total recovery and is only paid when recovery is received. It is usually subtracted from the amount collected so there is little or no upfront cost. However, the injured plaintiff is, in most cases, responsible for the expenses of representation, win or lose. These costs should be explained to you and you should be kept aware of the same throughout the process.
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Family of Electrocuted Chesapeake Boy Receives $4.675 Million In Settlement
The family of a Chesapeake, VA boy who was electrocuted as the result of an improperly cut cable in the family’s backyard has won $4.675 million in settlement money, reports PilotOnline.com.
Injured at Work: Common Construction Site Injuries
Our Injured at Work series highlights the fields with the highest risk of injuries in the workplace. Do you have an industry in mind that you would like us to cover? If so, message us on Facebook.
Former NFL Player Sues Redskins For Career Ending “Bounty” Injury
A former National Football League player is suing the Washington Redskins for a career ending injury he suffered in 2004, reports Virginia Lawyers Weekly. Barrett Green, 35, drafted by the Detroit
Personal Injury Law – The Ridiculous and the Serious
Many times when a person hears “Personal Injury Attorney,” it conjures up images of men chasing ambulances or contacting potential victims at inopportune times in the pursuit of a trivial and