How Do You Pay For Our Services?

We Do Not Charge Anything Until The Case Is Over

At Harris Law Group, we do not charge you anything until your case is settled. We charge what is called a contingency fee. This article will provide a brief overview of why this type of fee structure is so important to society. 

The Importance of The Contingency Fee

You’ve probably heard that lawyers cost money as popularized in common society. However, many people are surprised to hear that not all lawyers charge by the hour upfront and that certain practice areas (including personal injury) allow for what are known as contingency fees. Contingency fees are a form of payment that allow attorneys a percentage of any potential settlement that is reached. Usually, this number is around thirty percent depending on several factors that include whether the case has been put into litigation.

Why Are They So Important?

Their importance comes from the fact that many individuals could not afford to get access to the best legal minds and attorneys who cost exorbitant amounts of money per hour. Without a contingency fee system, only the rich and powerful would be able to obtain the best attorneys and therefore have an unfair advantage in the legal system. That is because to get someone to represent them in court a person would have to come up with at a minimum can be thousands of dollars. Not everyone has that kind of extra money sitting around!

The contingency fee levels that playing field by allowing someone to postpone payment towards the end of the case and thereby obtain a truly excellent attorney. This allows someone without extra cash to find an attorney who believes in the merits of their case and the possibility of obtaining a justified settlement on their behalf.

How Do We Charge Fees? 

At Harris Law Group, you never pay us by the hour, and we utilize the contingency fee method to represent all our clients. That means you will never have to worry about writing us a check or whether we will be invested in your case. We only get paid for being winners and therefore we cannot afford to lose. Of course, we are not perfect, but we will give everything we have to make sure that you get everything you deserve.



The Harris Team

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Tom Harris, Florida Injury Attorney, has over 39 years of experience, including 17 years of defending insurance companies before reinventing his law practice to represent injured people as a personal injury attorney.

Kyle Harris is a Florida licensed attorney who joined the family practice after starting his career as a licensed attorney in California

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