What Percentage Do Most Personal Injury Lawyers Take in Florida?

What Percentage Do Most Personal Injury Lawyers Take in Florida?If you are involved in an accident and suffer an injury, you may wonder what options you have. After all, you are likely going to deal with significant medical costs and repair bills. If the accident was caused by another party, you might have the right to file a personal injury lawsuit. 

When filing a personal injury lawsuit, one of the smartest calls you can make is to our legal team at Fetterman Law We will review the facts of your case and work to help you recover the maximum amount of compensation possible for your case. 

Keep reading to learn more about the average cost of personal injury lawyers in the state of Florida. 

Understanding the Contingency Fee

Most personal injury attorneys in Florida (including us) use a contingency fee arrangement. What this means is that we will receive a percentage of the award you receive. One of the reasons this payment arrangement is so popular is because it doesn’t require clients to pay anything upfront. There’s no retailer and no hourly rate to worry about. As a result, it helps to reduce the financial burden of the client, which is usually a welcome aspect when facing other bills related to the accident. 

The percentage that the lawyer you hire will take from your award depends on the amount of work required and the complexity of your case. In most cases, in the state of Florida, a personal injury attorney will charge between 10% and 45%, with the average being 33.33%. It’s worth mentioning that you can negotiate this amount if needed. There may also be costs related to the case that are not covered by this percentage, such as copies, filing fees, witness fees, and more. 

Contact Our Legal Team for Help with Your Personal Injury Claim

If you are filing a personal injury lawsuit, be sure to ask your attorney about their fee and any other fees you may have to pay. At Fetterman Law we take pride in being completely transparent with our fees. Contact us to schedule an appointment to discuss your needs and situation. 

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