Today’s blog topic is how you’re going to pay for an attorney if you’ve been injured in a car accident. Let me help address your concern. Attorneys who represent injury victims, and I, typically do not charge any fees upfront. Your consultation is free. Additionally, during the claim, we cover the expenses related to preparation for settlement/trial, to include:
How are the charges, for a car accident attorney, calculated then? No upfront costs means you don't have to worry about paying an hourly rate along the way. The attorney's fees in Kansas are typically one-third to fifty percent of your award amount, depending on the type of case and its complexity. Your attorney/client contract will clearly outline what you can expect to be charged. It's that simple. Don't forget that those who have an attorney, almost always, get more for their injury and damages. This is important because you can afford an attorney to get what’s fair for you.
Why am I telling you this? Because you probably have been involved in an car accident, in Kansas, and have questions. I have answers. I want you to pick up the phone and call me, Attorney T. Morton, at 913.602.7288. Let me help you with your case.
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