What is a Contingency Fee?

Most personal injury cases get handled on a contingency fee basis. This fee arrangement gets called “contingency fee” because the lawyer’s paycheck depends on whether you win your case. If you win, the lawyer gets paid a previously agreed-upon percentage. If you do not win, the lawyer does not receive any legal...

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What is Loss of Consortium?

Loss of consortium refers to a person’s claim for monetary damages when an injury to their spouse harms their relationship. Let’s say that your spouse got injured in a car collision that was someone else’s fault. Your spouse suffered spinal cord injuries which left them paralyzed from the neck down. A loss...

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