Why Does Your Firm Charge No Fees and No Expenses Unless You Win My Medical Malpractice Claim?

At Advocates Law Firm, if we agree to take your medical malpractice claim, we charge NO FEES and NO EXPENSES UNLESS and UNTIL we win your claim. In other words, our MedicalMalpractice.pro Team will do all the work and advance all the expenses to prosecute your medical malpractice claim but we get paid and reimbursed only from the recovery we obtain for you. We take medical malpractice cases on a contingency fee basis because otherwise our clients would never be able to afford to bring the claim to seek justice. Medical malpractice claims are very expensive to prosecute in terms of time and money. Ordinary people rarely have the money necessary to pay hourly fees for lawyers' time or the many expenses associated with prosecuting a medical malpractice claim. In recognition of this reality, our MedicalMalpractice.pro Team decided that if we are going to help people get justice for the harms and losses they have suffered as a result of medical malpractice, we will do so on a contingency fee basis. We will evaluate your claim and if we decide to take your case, we put our time and money at risk for you as your partner in the pursuit of justice.

Our contingent fee in a medical malpractice injury or wrongful death claim would be one-third of the gross amount recovered plus reimbursement of all of the expenses we advanced related to prosecuting your medical malpractice claim. If for some reason there is no gross recovery, there would be no attorney's fee paid and no expenses reimbursed. All of this would be spelled out in a written retainer agreement signed by you and Atty. Ron Murphy on behalf of our MedicalMalpractice.Pro Team and also in a waiver of the statutory fee formula.

If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or loss caused by medical malpractice, medical negligence, or medical mistake, please contact our Medical Malpractice Law Group to arrange a free and confidential consultation.

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