Cash, Krugler & Fredericks


How Much Does a Consultation Cost?

One question frequently asked by clients is how much Cash, Krugler & Fredericks charges for their legal services. Our firm represents all clients on a contingency fee basis, which means that our attorney's fees are paid as a percentage of any recovery we obtain for you. No attorney's fees are due until we obtain a settlement or verdict in your case, and therefore there are no up-front retainers or other costs to you. In the event we are unable to obtain a recovery for you, we will not be owed any attorney's fees. NO RECOVERY–NO ATTORNEY'S FEES.

Contingency fee arrangements are a unique and important part of personal injury representation. The fee arrangement serves to level the playing field between our clients and large corporations and their insurance companies. In many types of cases, clients must pay thousands of dollars as an up-front retainer and are charged an hourly rate, which is often hundreds of dollars per hour. If the average citizen were required to pay-as-you-go, few people would be able to hire an attorney in a personal injury case.

The specific fees charged by Cash, Krugler & Fredericks vary depending upon the type and specifics of each case. We are happy to discuss our fee arrangements in further detail.

The Contingency Fee Contracts used at Cash, Krugler & Fredericks also provides that our firm will advance all case-related expenses for your case. Case expenses can include court costs, medical and technical experts, records, depositions and other costs associated with screening and prosecuting your case. The amount of expenses that will be incurred in your case depends on several factors, including the type and complexity of the case. In some cases, expenses may total a few hundred dollars, while in more complex cases the total may go above $100,000. Regardless of the amount, Cash, Krugler & Fredericks will advance all case expenses until your case is completed. Each expense spent on your case is tracked and you will be provided with detailed, itemized expenses statements at the conclusion of your case and upon request. Like attorney’s fees, we will not be owed any case expenses in the event we are unable to obtain a recovery for you.

At Cash, Krugler & Fredericks, we put our fee and expense arrangements in writing for you to review, and each client is provided with an executed Contingency Fee Agreement that sets forth the specific fee charged. If you would like to speak with one of our attorneys about our fees, please email us or call us at (404) 659-1710. The Contingency Fee Contract you execute will govern the relationship between us and provides more specific information about when and how fees and expenses are due.

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