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09 Apr

A Transparent Look at Our Legal Fees at SELPH LAW

When it comes to seeking legal representation, especially in the realm of personal injury, understanding the structure and scope of legal fees is crucial. At SELPH LAW, we pride ourselves on transparency and clarity regarding our fee arrangements. We believe that every client deserves to fully understand the financial aspects of their legal representation from the outset. This article aims to shed light on our legal fees, including our standard rates and the specifics regarding referrals from other attorneys.

Our Standard Fee Structure
At SELPH LAW, our fee structure is designed to align our interests with those of our clients, ensuring that our motivation is always geared towards achieving the best possible outcome for your case. For most personal injury cases, our standard fee is 30% of the settlement or judgment amount. This contingency fee model means that if we do not win your case, you owe us nothing in attorney’s fees. This arrangement is particularly beneficial for personal injury clients, as it allows them to pursue justice and compensation without the burden of upfront legal costs.

Understanding Referral Fees
In instances where you are referred to us by another attorney with whom we have a working relationship, our fee structure is slightly adjusted to account for a referral fee. In these cases, our fee is 33% of the settlement or judgment amount. The additional percentage accounts for what is commonly referred to as a “finder’s fee,” which is shared with the attorney who referred you to our firm. This practice is standard in the legal profession and is done in full compliance with ethical guidelines. It’s important to note that this slight increase does not impact the quality or dedication of the services provided. Instead, it allows us to maintain a network of professional relationships that can benefit our clients.

Upfront Communication and Agreement
Transparency is a cornerstone of our practice at SELPH LAW. We believe that clear, upfront communication about our fees is essential to a trustworthy attorney-client relationship. Before we take on your case, we ensure that you are fully informed about our fee structure, including the specifics of any referral fee arrangement when applicable. This information is provided during our initial consultation and is detailed in the client contract that you sign when you decide to hire us. Our goal is to ensure that there are no surprises or hidden fees and that you feel comfortable and informed about the financial arrangements regarding your legal representation.

The Value of Legal Representation
While discussing fees is important, it’s also vital to recognize the value that experienced legal representation brings to your case. With over a century of combined legal experience, our team at SELPH LAW is committed to advocating for your rights and securing the maximum compensation you deserve. Our contingency fee model is a reflection of our confidence in our ability to successfully represent our clients and our commitment to making quality legal services accessible to those in need.

Understanding the legal fees associated with hiring an attorney is an important part of making an informed decision about your legal representation. At SELPH LAW, our commitment to transparency means that you will be fully informed about our fees from the very beginning. Whether you come to us directly or through a referral from another attorney, you can rest assured that our team will work tirelessly on your behalf, ensuring that your interests are always our top priority. If you have any questions about our legal fees or would like to discuss your case, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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