Reed Bloodworth is an Orlando, Florida, business litigation, trust litigation, and estate litigation attorney since 2004.
Occasionally, business litigation, trust litigation, or estate litigation cases arise which can be considered where clients will be able to have the option of paying through contingency fees.
A contingency means that the client pays legal fees when the lawyer and case bring revenue from the legal actions taken.
Not every case is not considered for contingency, and not every case qualifies as a contingency case. There is no guarantee that a case will be accepted as a contingency fee case. A case must be viable and reviewed to ensure there are no conflicts.
Business Cases, Trust & Estate Cases via Contingency Fees
When you call Bloodworth Law to talk about what happened to you, the team will find out if a business, trust, or estate case qualifies for payment by contingency fees.
Lawsuits Are Expensive
Everyone wants the best attorney and should understand that lawsuits are expensive. I understand that and want to explain the fee structures I offer.
I form a team with you the client, and I’m not going to get paid until we reach a settlement, or I win a summary judgment or we prevail at trial. There are several contingency fee options available to you that can be explained.
Several Contingency Fee Options
Contingency fee lawsuits are available to clients in business litigation, trust litigation, and estate litigation.
When you call, we’ll address the legal issues that you’re facing with many questions upfront over the phone to find out the facts and details.Consider sharing this post