One of the perceptions of attorneys is that hiring a lawyer is expensive and a lot of people can’t really afford it. If you have been injured by the negligent behavior of another person, you should speak with an experienced Denver personal injury lawyer right away to discuss your options. At Fuicelli & Lee, PC we know that the thought of whether you can afford a lawyer or not may be holding you back. The good news is that Fuicelli and Lee works on personal injury cases on a Contingency Fee basis. What this means is that our fee is a percentage of the money that we help you recover in the case. Whether we are able to reach an amenable settlement out of court, or we take the case to trial and win a verdict for you, we collect our fee out of the compensation that you recover. The importance of this fee structure is that any percentage of zero is zero. In other words, if we are not able to help you recover compensation in your case, we collect no fee.
If you find yourself in a situation where you are involved in any way with the court system, legal representation is incredibly important. If you are charged with a crime, you are guaranteed the right to an attorney, and in fact, if you are unable to afford an attorney, the state can assign one to defend you for no charge to you. This is because the state recognizes that someone working in the legal system without the legal expertise of the people around them is at an automatic disadvantage, regardless of the situation. When it comes to personal injury law, you are not guaranteed the right to an attorney, so one way to ensure that you can have one is for attorneys to work on a contingency fee basis for personal injury claims.
The fact that we work for you on a contingency fee basis in personal injury cases helps you in two ways. One benefit is that it makes it so that whatever your financial circumstances, you CAN afford a lawyer at a time when you need help the most. Instead of wishing that you could afford a Denver personal injury attorney to help you, know that you can. Secondly, the fact that Fuicelli & Lee takes personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis tells you that when they take on your case, it is because they genuinely want to help you right a wrong. Fuicelli & Lee makes a commitment to 100% personal service to every client, and when they take on a client in a personal injury case, they work hard to ensure the best possible outcome, because they believe in that client, and they care what happens to him or her. In this way, the contingency fee helps you even if you are in a position where hiring an attorney does not present a financial problem, because it is still a sign that we are committed to working hard for your cause.
If you have been seriously injured in an accident that was caused by the negligent behavior of another person or organization, contact the experienced, dedicated Denver personal injury law firm of Fuicelli & Lee, PC today. Fuicelli & Lee has helped countless people in Denver, Aurora, Littleton, Lakewood, Thornton, and all around the metro area and the Front Range to recover compensation in order to move on with their lives after serious injury accident. They are committed to individual attention and personal client service, and will work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for every client. For more information and a FREE CONSULTATION contact Fuicelli & Lee, PC as soon as possible at (303) 355-7202.
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