We Work on a Contingency Fee
No recovery, no fee. It’s that simple.
After an accident, you need legal representation to take on the insurance company, but the last thing you need is another bill. You already have medical expenses and other costs piling up. You may not be able to work. How are you going to afford a lawyer?
We don’t think your access to justice should depend on your ability to pay. That’s why Keogh Crispi, P.C. works on a contingency fee basis.
What’s a contingency fee?
A contingency fee is an arrangement between you and your lawyer in which we agree to represent you at no up-front cost. Our firm advances all the costs associated with moving your case forward, including taking depositions, hiring expert witnesses, and so on. If we win your case, our fee is a percentage of the recovery. If we don’t win, you don’t owe us a fee.
Contingency fee work is distinct from “pro bono” work, which is done entirely for free with no expectation of payment regardless of the outcome. We work on contingency, not pro bono, because, again, there are many costs associated with successfully handling a personal injury case, and those costs have to be paid for. The contingency fee means we have the resources on hand to keep representing injured people.
We are deeply invested in our clients’ cases
The way we work is simple: we don’t get a fee unless we get a result for our clients. We only get paid if you get paid. When we take on a case, it means we expect to win, and we work hard and prepare meticulously to get the best possible outcome. Our interests are aligned with yours, so you can rest assured that we are working purely on your behalf, no matter how long your case takes to resolve.
The contingency fee means you have nothing to lose by hiring an attorney, and potentially much to gain. If you’ve been hurt in an accident, make us your first call. We’ll be happy to go over the terms of our contingency fee agreement and any other questions you may have during a free consultation.