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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