What If I Can’t Afford To Hire An Attorney To Pursue A Personal Injury Case?
After an accident or injury, personal injury victims have many valid concerns. In addition to the anxieties about their health and the stress of recovery, they may be worried about finances. Often, these accidents or injuries prevent a victim from working or working in the same capacity as before the injury. This limits income and can put pressure on an entire family. While personal injury cases exist in part to obtain compensation, the expenses that accompany the case may seem too great. However, this does not have to be the case. There are a few factors to consider, including:
- Free, no-obligation consultation. The Law Offices of Corbett H. Williams offers a free, confidential, no-obligation consultation. It costs nothing to meet with the attorney, discuss some of the details of your case, and decide the most appropriate action.
- Contingency fee arrangement. In some cases, it is possible to agree on a contingency fee arrangement. With this type of fee arrangement, the client pays only when the lawyer has successfully completed the case. The lawyer’s fees come directly from the settlement. Clients may be responsible for court costs, filing fees, and other related charges.
- The price of not hiring a lawyer. Even if victims feel they have a simple, straightforward case, they likely have little experience negotiating with big insurance companies. Also, they may not know all the intricacies of California personal injury law—missing out on tens of thousands of dollars without even realizing it.
The time after an accident or injury can be very difficult, physically, emotionally, and financially. A skilled lawyer can help ease the financial strain on a victim and help him obtain the compensation he deserves.
The Law Offices of Corbett H. Williams understands the stress and anxiety that accompanies a personal injury case. Paying a knowledgeable lawyer does not have to be an additional worry. Contact the Irvine office today at 949-679-9909 to discuss the facts of your unique case and learn about what the firm can do for you.