We Represent Clients On Contingency

Our firm fights for the injured in North Carolina

If you’re thinking about getting a lawyer after being in an accident, you probably have a lot of questions and concerns. One of the most common concerns is how much lawyers charge. You want a lawyer who can fight the insurance company to help you recover the financial compensation you deserve. But can you afford that?

Yes, you can. During your consultation, one of our injury lawyers at Brent Adams & Associates can explain how contingency fees work in personal injury cases. Once you understand how this system works, you’ll realize that you can afford to hire an attorney to handle your injury claim or lawsuit in North Carolina.

What is a contingency fee? How much does it cost?

We understand that cost is a big concern. It’s why so many people who are in an accident look for a cheap lawyer or one who will work pro bono. But because we work on contingency, cost is something you don’t have to worry about. You get an experienced lawyer who is committed to helping you recover maximum compensation – and it costs you nothing up front or out of pocket.

Our personal injury attorneys work on a “contingency fee” basis. This means that if your lawyer does not win the case, they do not receive any money. In other words, you owe us nothing unless we get results. We believe that everyone deserves quality legal representation no matter their circumstances. So we don’t get paid until you get paid – either through a one-time negotiated settlement or a jury verdict that awards you damages.

You only pay us if we win, and that fee is a percentage of the recovery, so it still doesn’t come out of your pocket. Studies have shown that even taking the attorney’s fee into account, people who hire a lawyer recover more than those who don’t. In other words, you can afford to hire us. What you can’t afford is to go it alone.

Or firm fights for compensation

When our firm represents you, we cover all the costs to move your case forward. This includes court fees, filing costs, copying charges and deposition fees. There can be consultation fees for accident reconstruction experts and other specialists. There may also be fees for serving summons and subpoenas. We cover all of these expenses.

Why would we do that? If we represent you, it’s because we believe in your case. Our attorneys have determined that you are not being treated fairly by the insurance company and deserve much more compensation than they are offering. And we are determined to build a strong case and fight until we get results.

That’s when we get paid, but not out of your pocket. Whether it’s through a negotiated settlement or a jury verdict after a trial, it’s the insurance company that pays. Our fee is a percentage of the recovery amount. And you recover compensation for the damages you have suffered in the accident.

A North Carolina law firm with decades of results for the injured

Our contingency fee arrangement offers many benefits. There is little risk to you. You get the legal representation of an experienced lawyer. Your gain access to the legal system to resolve your case. And you are represented by a law firm that has been getting results for the injured in North Carolina for decades.

Insurance companies have the advantage when someone has been injured in an accident. We level the playing field. You can expect us to investigate your accident, build a strong case and fight the insurance companies on your behalf. You can expect us to keep you informed of the progress of your case and return your phone calls when you have questions or concerns.

If you’ve been injured in a North Carolina car accident, learn more about how we can help. It costs nothing to talk to us, either. Contact us to schedule a free consultation. We can review the details of your crash, go over your legal options and answer any questions you have.