How to pay for a wrongful death lawsuit after an auto accident in Michigan
Our attorneys explain the contingency fee basis
Families of deceased accident victims are usually worried about how to pay for a wrongful death lawsuit. But it’s far easier and less burdensome than many people think.
Most personal injury lawyers, including those at Michigan Auto Law, work on a contingency fee basis. This means that your attorneys will not charge you a dime unless — and until— they win your case.
In other words, when a wrongful death attorney handling charges a contingency fee, the client does not have to pay any money up front — and doesn’t have to worry about loans or checks to pay the attorney.
We receive our fee at the end of the lawsuit as a percentage of the settlement or verdict. And if the attorney does not win your case, there is absolutely no cost to the accident victim.
A contingency fee allows people to hire the most qualified attorneys, regardless of their economic situations.
Call Michigan Auto Law at (800) 777-0028. The call and the advice are free, and our attorneys will take all of the time you need to answer your questions.