LEARN ABOUT CONTINGENCY FEES
"I don't think I can afford a high-quality injury lawyer..."
You may be hesitating to contact a personal injury attorney after your injury because you assume that obtaining legal help will only put you in further financial straits. This does not have to be the case. At Crow Law Firm, we maintain a contingency fee policy designed to help people like you.
Our New Mexico & Texas Firm's "No Recovery, No Fee" Policy
Contingency fees mean that payment is contingent upon the outcome of a case. If you come to us with a serious injury or wrongful death claim, you will not be charged upfront. If you do not recover any money, we will not charge you anything. Unless your case is successful, you will not owe us for our time. We only take our compensation as a percentage out of your final recovery.
We believe that this policy has several implications for our clients:
- You can have confidence and peace of mind knowing that we have incentive to work hard on your behalf. This isn't a situation where we get paid regardless of the outcome of your case. Reimbursement for our efforts is dependent on the success of those efforts.
- You don't have to hesitate before obtaining the legal help and counsel you need. You can call today to meet with our team during a free consultation. This offers you a chance to receive help and counsel regarding your injury. The sooner you tackle a case the better your chance of a good outcome.
- You have nothing to lose - and, potentially, a whole lot to gain. Contact Crow Law Firm today to begin. Learn more about what sets us apart and how we are ready to fight for your rights during the tough period following an accident.
Call our Albuquerque or Roswell office today at (888) 319-7115!
Crow Law Firm
Albuquerque Personal Injury Lawyer
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