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How Can I Afford a Car Accident Attorney?

Dealing with the aftermath of an auto accident is frightening, stressful, emotion-filled, and something that you should absolutely never have to go through alone. If you’ve recently been injured in an auto accident due to no fault of your own, the good news is that you don’t have to seek compensation alone. Working with an experienced Atlanta personal injury attorney can help you pursue the compensation you deserve following your accident. You may read this and think,

“Sure, it would be great to work with an attorney. However, my medical bills from this accident alone are putting me in debt, I certainly can’t afford an attorney.”

If you’re thinking something similar, we’ve got more good news for you. Many prominent law firms work on a contingency fee basis, which allows you to pay nothing up-front.

What Is a Contingency Fee?

A contingency fee is a set amount of money that the plaintiff (person filing the case) agrees to pay the attorney upon a pleasant outcome. This means that you don’t have to pay anything up-front to get started seeking the compensation you deserve. Even better, you don’t pay anything unless your case is won. Upon a successful case, the attorney will take a set percentage of the final settlement—which is your payment to them for their services and time.

Because the attorney doesn’t receive anything unless they win, you often see contingency fee-based attorneys go above and beyond to ensure a successful outcome for their client’s case—as their paycheck is on the line.

Speak With Our Team Today

At the Abrego Law Firm, our team understands the financial struggles those who have been wrongly injured go through. Because of this, we work on a contingency fee basis to help ensure that everyone in Atlanta who has been wrongly injured is able to receive the compensation they deserve to return to their best possible lifestyle—regardless of their financial situation.

Contact us today (404) 334-3324 to schedule your free consultation.