Attorneys may charge different fees depending on what type of case you have and how much time the attorney will spend on your case. Our firm has several different types of fee arrangements, including hourly, flat rate and contingent fees as we cover several areas of the law. Please review the following for more information and our initial consultations on any legal matter are free of charge.
Thes cases are handled by our firm on a contingent fee basis. These cases include mortgage fraud cases, Fair Credit Reporting Act cases, Truth in Lending Cases, and Fair Debt Collection Practices Act violations to name a few. Generally, our firm handles these types of cases on a 40% and up contingency fee. Every fee is determined on a case by case basis. On some cases, a small retainer is required which again depends on the case by case review.
Should you have any questions about any of our fees, feel free to contact us by phone or email to discuss further.
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