If you are involved in an accident with a large commercial truck, you likely suffered serious injuries that required significant medical treatment. You may be overwhelmed by extensive medical bills on top of losing income if you missed work during your recovery. The last thing you need is another financial worry, in fact, you are likely thinking that you may want to try to receive compensation from the responsible truck driver.  However, with your current financial woes, you may doubt there is any chance you could afford a Moreland truck accident attorney. The good news is that, with certain fee arrangements, we make it possible for almost any truck accident victim to secure representation.

 

Our attorneys take personal injury cases on a “contingency fee” basis. A contingency fee is a payment that, quite frankly, is contingent on the outcome of your case. In layman’s terms, you do not have to pay a cent to your attorneys unless you recover money on your case. For example, if your case lasts for two years and you do not recover any money, you will never pay our attorneys for their work. If you do recover in your case, you can use that recovery to pay us a pre-decided percentage and for certain expenses. Therefore, you never pay unless you win.

Contact a Moreland personal injury attorney for a free consultation

If you have suffered injury in an accident with a large commercial truck, you deserve to get compensated for all of your losses from the responsible party and you should not worry about paying up front for any type of legal case. For this reason, contingency fee arrangements are used for personal injury cases such as truck accidents. This allows you to focus on recovering physically and financially and does not require you to worry about how you are going to pay for legal expenses. You should not hesitate to call an experienced truck accident lawyer at the Law Offices of Shane Smith at (770) 487-8999 today.

 

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