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Contingency vs. Fee-Based Cases
All injury cases are contingency cases. That means you pay nothing until you get your settlement.
If a personal injury attorney determines there is a high enough probability of recovery for him to take on the case on a contingency basis he or she will accept your case. If your case is accepted on a contingency basis, the lawyer will ask for a percentage of your recovery. The average fees are 33% and 40% depending on the case. and whether or not the case goes to trial. All class action and multi district litigation claims go to trial and are paid at the 40% level. Workers compensation and SSD cases vary that norm.
Workers Compensation Cases
The lawyer receives 25 percent of a settlement or of the increase in benefits obtained up to a specified limit. On denied claims, the judge or the Workers’ Compensation Board will award an attorney fee amount based on a variety of criteria. This fee is awarded only if the lawyer succeeds in overturning a denial of benefits to you.
Social Security Disability
A SSD lawyer who obtains a reversal of a Social Security disability denial will receive 25 percent of the past due disability benefits, up to a maximum of $4,000. This fee structure and ceiling is set by Social Security law.
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- All accident, injury, negligence and wrongful death claims