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Nationwide Personal Injury Attorney Explains Contingency Fees

One of the biggest questions personal injury victims have is whether they will be able to pay for the legal costs of bringing their cases to court. Fortunately, there is a way for victims not to pay a penny to have their cases heard. In this video, Florida personal injury attorney Lewis “Mike” Eidson explains how the law firm of Colson Hicks Eidson works on a contingency fee basis, allowing anyone, regardless of income, the ability to pursue the damages to which they are entitled. To speak to our nationwide personal injury attorneys near Miami, call us at (305) 476-7400, or fill out our free online case review form.

Video Transcription:

Well, that’s the good thing about the way the system works and the way our firm works. We have the resources that we can advance the costs for your case. If you hire us, you hire us on a contingency fee basis. What that means is we do all the work, we provide all the legal hours and we advance all the cost of this expensive process that I just told you about. It also involves hiring very, very sophisticated expert witnesses who have to put together their testimony to support our version of why we should recover for you. That cost tens of thousands of dollars or more, and we advance that for you so this doesn’t cost you a penny.

If we’re unsuccessful and we don’t recover anything for you, then you don’t pay a penny. You don’t pay for attorneys’ fees, and you don’t pay any of those costs that we put out for you. That’s the only way that really that you can get justice, because they call the contingency fee the key to the courthouse. The defendants have unlimited resources to defend the case – you have to have the same strength on your side and that’s what we can provide to you.

If you need help with a legal problem, call Colson Hicks Eidson, (305) 476-7400.