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Car Accident “No Win, No Fee” Lawyers

In the modern era of digital advertisements, it is rare to end the day without seeing a commercial about a personal injury law firm. You don't even have to look too far; Morgan & Morgan is the perfect example.

One thing that sets us apart from the countless other law firms is that we have powerful legal resources to fight for the rights of the injured. And because we have these resources and also understand how expensive it can be for the plaintiff to fund their cases from their own pockets, we offer a “no win, no fee” arrangement.

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Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.

  • What Does “No Win, No Fee” Mean in Personal Injury?

    As the phrase suggests, a "no win, no fee" agreement is a legal arrangement that personal injury lawyers may offer clients. This arrangement guarantees that clients won't have to pay any legal fees if their case doesn't result in a settlement or compensation for their car accident injuries.

    However, if the lawyer wins the case, they will charge a fee, typically a percentage of the compensation awarded to the client. It's as simple as that—we don't win, and we don't get paid. And if we win, everyone gets paid.

  • What Are the Benefits of a Contingency Fee Structure?

    Some benefits of the contingency payment system include the following:

    Access to Legal Resources

    The contingency fee structure offers access to legal representation that clients may not have been able to afford, particularly those who suffered financial losses due to their injuries.

    This financial relief is especially important for individuals struggling to make ends meet after an accident or injury and cannot pay for legal representation up front. Keep in mind that the aftermath of a car accident can be expensive; you'll need money for medical treatment, transportation to your appointments, and so on, on top of your regular bills.

    And depending on the nature of your injuries, you may be unable to work, meaning you won't have a stable means to pay your bills. By offering a contingency fee structure, lawyers can provide the legal assistance you need to pursue the case.

    No Upfront Fees

    In addition, as the client, you do not have to pay your lawyer any upfront costs or retainers. They only get paid if they win the case and obtain a settlement or award for you.

    As a result, you can pursue your case without worrying about the financial burden of legal fees. Instead, you will have more time to focus on your recovery and leave the legal work to your legal team.

    Extra Motivation for Attorneys

    Lawyers working on a contingency basis are highly motivated to succeed and obtain the best possible outcome for their clients. The result is a more dedicated and effective representation. Since their fee is tied to the case's outcome, contingency fee lawyers have a strong incentive to do everything they can to win the case and obtain a favorable outcome for their clients.  

    Peace of Mind for the Injured

    The contingency fee structure also places some of the risk associated with the case on the lawyer, providing clients with a level of risk management and peace of mind. With a contingency fee structure, clients do not have to worry about losing money on legal fees if their case is not successful. Instead, the lawyer bears some of the risks of the case, which can help alleviate a huge part of the stress and uncertainty that clients may experience during the legal process.

    Common Client-Attorney Interests

    Finally, the contingency fee structure aligns the interests of the lawyer and the client, as both parties have a shared goal of winning the case and obtaining a settlement or award. This goal can help foster a collaborative and effective working relationship between the lawyer and the client.

  • How Do Attorneys Determine the Contingency Fee Agreement?

    Attorneys consider several factors when determining the contingency fee agreement. These factors may include but are not limited to the following:

    • The type and complexity of the case
    • The potential damages or settlement amount
    • The likelihood of success
    • The amount of time and resources required to pursue the case.

    Additionally, some attorneys may consider their experience and expertise in handling similar cases.

  • What Does an Attorney’s Contingency Fee Typically Include?

    An attorney's contingency fee typically includes their legal services in representing the client in a lawsuit or legal dispute. This fee covers the attorney's time and expertise in researching and preparing the case, negotiating with opposing counsel, representing the client in court or in settlement negotiations, and more.

    In addition to the attorney's legal services, the contingency fee may include any expenses or costs associated with pursuing the case. Some examples of such additional expenses include filing fees, expert witness fees, and the cost of obtaining medical records or other evidence.

  • Other Than the “No Win, No Pay” Agreement, Why Should I Hire a Morgan & Morgan Lawyer?

    The “no win, no pay” system is just one of the many benefits of hiring a Morgan & Morgan attorney, but not the only one. Here are more reasons to choose us.

    We Are America's Largest Injury Firm

    Morgan & Morgan is a nationally recognized injury law firm specializing in personal injury cases. In fact, we are the nation's largest personal injury firm, serving clients from coast to coast.

    We Have Over 30 Years of Experience Fighting for the Injured

    Our great reputation derives from over three decades of experience in handling personal injury cases and fighting for the rights of the injured.

    We Have Recovered Over $20 Billion for Our Clients So Far

    Experience aside, we have a proven track record of success in securing favorable outcomes for our clients. To put things into perspective, our attorneys have helped our clients win over $20 billion as compensation for different injuries so far, including those caused by car accidents.

    We Have Powerful Resources to Take on Big Insurance Companies

    That's not all—Morgan & Morgan has the resources and workforce to take on even the largest corporations and insurance companies anywhere in the country, ensuring our clients have the best chance of receiving fair compensation for their injuries.

    We Provide Dedicated Support and Guidance for Our Clients

    We pride ourselves on putting our clients first by giving them the personal attention and care they deserve throughout the legal process.

    For example, when you hire us to represent you, we will assign a well-equipped legal team to your case. You can also reach out to them anytime if you have questions about your case or need an update,

    We Offer a Free, No-Obligation Case Evaluation

    Did you know that we also offer a free case evaluation to potential clients? So if you or your loved one has been injured in a car accident, we will review your case at no cost or obligation.

  • When Should I Hire a Morgan & Morgan Car Accident Lawyer?

    If you have been seriously injured in a car accident (or a loved one killed), you may need the services of a car accident lawyer to help you navigate the legal process and seek compensation for your losses.

    If Anyone Is Injured in the Accident

    Generally, it is always a good idea to hire an attorney, just as long as you or your beloved has been injured and requires medical attention. That said, here are additional scenarios that may need an attorney's attention.

    If Multiple Parties May Be Liable

    Similarly, if the other driver denies fault or multiple parties are involved in the accident, a car accident lawyer can investigate the accident and help determine liability. Take, for example, a situation where a car accident occurs due to a manufacturing defect. In that case, you may have a valid product liability claim against the product manufacturer. You may also be able to file a claim with your insurance provider or the other party.

    In such complex cases, you should not travel this journey alone. You need someone familiar with complex car accident laws in your state and how to navigate them with your best interests at heart,

    If the Insurance Company Denies Your Claim

    If your insurance company denies your claim or offers a low settlement, a seasoned car accident lawyer can negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf and help you receive fair compensation for your injuries and losses.  

    If the Other Driver Is Uninsured or Underinsured

    Additionally, suppose the other driver is uninsured or underinsured. In that case, a car accident lawyer can help you explore your options for seeking compensation through your insurance policy or other legal avenues.

    If the Insurance Company Delays Your Claim

    Insurance companies may act out of bad faith to frustrate the claims process. A Morgan & Morgan lawyer can help fight for your rights because they understand the tactics these companies use to avoid liability or force the injured to settle for less than they deserve.

  • What Are Some Tactics Insurance Companies Use to Avoid Liability?

    Insurance companies are profit-driven, and their primary goal is to minimize the amount they pay for claims. As a result, they may use a range of tactics to achieve this goal.

    Blame Shifting Tactics

    For example, they may try to shift the blame for the accident onto you or claim that you were partially at fault for the accident. This tactic can be particularly effective if there is clarity about the circumstances of the accident. It also works best in states that do not allow the plaintiff to recover any compensation if they are partly at fault for the accident, even by one percent. Also known as contributory negligence states, they include the likes of Alabama, Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia.

    Delay Tactics

    Another tactic that insurance companies may use is delaying the claims process. Some common signs of delay tactics include the following:

    • taking longer than necessary to investigate your claim;
    • requesting excessive and unnecessary amounts of documentation; or
    • failing to respond to your communications promptly.

    These tactics can wear you down or discourage you from pursuing your claim.

    Offering Quick Settlements

    Insurance companies may also offer a quick settlement for a low amount, hoping you will accept it and avoid further legal action, even if it doesn't fully compensate you for your losses.

    Sharing Liability

    Others may dispute the severity of your injuries by arguing that they are not as severe as you claim. If they succeed, this tactic could reduce the amount of compensation you are entitled to. They may also discredit your medical treatment by hiring their own medical experts to argue that your injuries did not derive from the accident or that your medical treatment was excessive or unnecessary. This also explains why it is important to seek medical attention immediately after the accident or no later than 72 hours. While at it, you should also obtain a copy of the doctor's report.

    Blaming a Pre-Existing Condition

    Finally, insurance companies may argue that any injuries you sustained in the accident were pre-existing conditions and, therefore, not their responsibility. This tactic can be particularly effective if you have a history of medical issues. Hiring an experienced attorney will make you realize rights you never knew you had when filing a car accident claim.

  • Injured in a Car Accident? Time to Claim the Compensation You Deserve

    If you or someone you care about has been in a car accident, Morgan & Morgan car accident lawyers can help fight for your best interests. When you get in touch with us, we will discuss your case and legal options.

    With a powerful injury firm like Morgan & Morgan on your side, you can rest easy knowing that your case is in the hands of people who care about you and understand your pain and suffering. Fill out our free case evaluation form today and take the first step towards achieving justice and peace of mind. 

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