Reno Personal Injury Attorney Fees
Finding a Solution for Your Case
We recognize that legal representation by an experienced Reno personal injury lawyer or litigation attorney is expensive. For that reason, we have several different types of payment plans, depending upon the type of case involved. Your plan will be one to which we both agree.
In general terms, a contingency fee calculates your attorney’s fees as a percentage of the total amount recovered, plus costs incurred. If no recovery is obtained, you owe no attorney’s fees. The specific terms are contained in a written contingency agreement.
A contingency fee is typically used in a personal injury case, such as a car accident case. Our Reno car accident attorney will institute a contingency fee strategy if he represents the injured person.
In non-contested adoption and adoption related work, we generally charge a flat rate in an amount determined by the amount of work to be performed. If the matter is not completed because of a reason not caused by the client and some work remains uncompleted, a percentage of the unused fee will be returned. The flat fee includes court filing fees and one publication fee, where necessary.
In all contested matters and non-plaintiff personal injury cases, the firm charges its attorney fees by the hour plus incurred costs. The firm charges the client for costs it incurs through the representation. Costs include: court fees, long distance charges, copies, depositions, etc. The specific terms are contained in a written fee memorandum.
At Eric A. Stovall, Ltd. we do not want your financial situation to prevent you from seeking legal counsel. If you, or your loved one, is in need of an attorney, such as a Reno car accident lawyer, contact Eric A. Stovall, Ltd. for a free initial consultation.