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Hancock Law charges nothing upfront and there are no hourly fees or consultation fees in our line of work. In the cases we take on, our clients are injured victims represented by us under a Contingency Fee Agreement. This means that the team at Hancock Law gets paid as a percentage of the recovery we secure for our clients.
Additionally, any expenses paid by us are also reimbursed from the recovery. Examples of expenses paid by us over the course of working on a case include: postage, records requests, depositions, expert witness fees, etc. These expenses are all documented by us while working on a case and then deducted from the recovery that we secure for our clients.
If no recovery is secured in a client’s case, Hancock Law is not paid. When this happens, the client is not responsible for reimbursing any of our costs.
It’s also very important to note: the amount of our total fees will never be more than the net recovery to our clients. This is a serious and very important commitment from us, so much so that it’s even written into our contract when clients hire us to represent them in their injury claim.
If you need help weighing your options following an accident, contact us. No matter how big or how small your case may be, Hancock Law can help you to receive the settlement you deserve.
DISCLAIMER: Please note that the information provided in this blog is general in nature and should not be construed as legal advice nor as creating an attorney-client relationship. Every case is different and legal advice cannot be provided by Hancock Law unless/until we meet to discuss the particulars of your case. Whether an attorney-client relationship exists can differ on a case-by-case basis, but at Hancock Law we consider such a relationship to exist only upon a potential client’s request and our agreement to accept that representation.