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How Much Does a Workers’ Compensation Attorney Cost?

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A workplace injury calls for workers’ compensation. More often than not, a workers’ compensation case calls for the assistance of a workers’ comp attorney because the laws surrounding the case can be complex and the outcome of it will be of critical importance. If you have recently been hurt on the job and need to file a claim, then you’re probably wondering how much it will cost you to get a lawyer’s help.

The cost to hire a workers’ compensation attorney will vary from case to case because no two cases – and all the complexities that go into them – are identical. For this reason, it can be difficult to predict how much you will end up paying for the lawyer’s assistance, counsel, and/or representation. What’s more important than the cost is finding an attorney who you trust will give you valuable legal services based on what you paid.

Consider these four things when researching the cost of a workers’ compensation attorney:

  • Contingency fees: Most workers’ compensation cases are accepted on a contingency fee basis. Contingency fees are not paid to the attorney unless the case concludes with a settlement or award given to the client or claimant. Using this system, you can risk little or no money at all to pursue legal action if your workers’ compensation claim has been denied, delayed, or devalued.
  • Complexity: The more complex that your case is, the more money that your workers’ compensation attorney might charge you, especially if they are working for contingency fees. Basically, if an attorney has to spend more time and resources to work on your case, then the more they will want to be compensated for it. This is essentially the rule of any business, so it is not surprising that it often applies to legal work.
  • Consultations: To learn more about your options when your workers’ comp claim goes sideways, you should look for a local law firm that offers free consultations. During a no-cost consultation, you can discuss your situation without paying anything first, which is a great way to decide if the attorney is the right fit for you. Consultations with law firms are also confidential, so you don’t have to worry about the information getting back to your employer in case you decide to go with a different law firm or lawyer.
  • Region-specific laws: Workers’ compensation laws are not universal. Every state has its own set of laws, and they usually include specifics about how much a workers’ compensation attorney can charge for their services. The laws are put in place to ensure that attorneys are not charging an exorbitant amount of money for their work. However, if you feel like you are being overcharged for legal services, then you probably don’t need a law to tell you that.

Fairly Priced Workers’ Comp Case Representation

You should not hesitate to browse around for a workers’ compensation law firm that offers a fair price for its services. You should also ask an attorney as many questions as you want about what they do and how they charge their clients, so you can decide if the price seems worth it. However, don’t lose too much time shopping around because you could have only a brief window to file your claim.

At Alvandi Law Group, P.C., we strive to offer fair and competitive prices for our legal services. We would love to get the chance to talk to you about your case and how we charge our clients. The goal is to make you confident that our prices are a great deal based on the excellence of our work. Contact us online at any time to learn more during a FREE consultation.


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