At King Law Firm, they will represent you on a contingency basis. That means that if, after a free, no-obligation consultation with one of their experienced, local attorneys, you choose to retain their legal services, the attorneys’ fees and costs advanced will be due when they recover compensation for you—not before.
The King Law Firm team is confident in their ability to represent you successfully based on many years of outstanding results and settlements for their clients—from $425,000 slip and fall verdicts to $1 million auto accident settlements and $2 million motorcycle accident settlements to a record $26.4 million jury verdict in the tragic case of a child abused while in the care of a relative.
How do contingency fees work?
In a standard contingent fee arrangement, the attorneys’ fees come out of the recovery, or the gross amount of money recovered for the client, as a fixed percentage of the total amount recovered. The costs advanced to prosecute your claim are also deducted from the recovery.
Contingency fee arrangements are common for the types of cases King Law Firm specializes in—including motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, amusement park injuries, equine accidents, medical malpractice and all other types of personal injuries.
Managing Shareholder Greg King explains that they are a true “no costs if no recovery” law firm. “Be careful of attorneys advertising ‘no fee,’” he says. “Some of them expect you to reimburse their costs even if they don’t recover. At King Law Firm, if we don’t make a recovery, you don’t owe us one red cent.”
Why are contingency fees good for the client?
King Law Firm knows that hiring qualified, experienced attorneys with a proven track record of success can come with steep hourly fees. They believe that everyone deserves expert legal representation regardless of their financial situation, and every client receives personalized service from their team of attorneys and support staff. A contingency payment arrangement assures you that you will not receive a bill throughout the complex process of filing court documents, gathering evidence, investigating and recording depositions.
“Some attorneys advertise with slogans such as ‘we don’t get paid if you don’t get paid’ which is true but nothing unique,” says Senior Partner Jarrod King. “All personal injury attorneys are paid on a contingency fee arrangement. That’s why you should retain the best and most qualified attorney to represent you.”
The King Law Firm is invested in the wellbeing of our community. If you or a loved one has been injured, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact King Law Firm for more information on how their local team can help you.