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At Roberts & Roberts, our Texas personal injury lawyers understand that many accident victims may be concerned about the fees of hiring an attorney. We never want money worries to prevent injured people from getting the justice they deserve. That’s why we offer our clients a range of options when it comes to attorney’s fees.

While some clients prefer to pay an hourly fee or a flat fee, the vast majority of our clients with personal injury and wrongful death cases find that a contingency-fee (percentage) plan suits their needs best.

One of the main benefits of a contingency fee is that you, our client, don’t have to pay us anything up front. In fact, at Roberts & Roberts, you pay us nothing under a contingency-fee plan unless and until we recover compensation for you on your claim. You will not owe us anything for attorney’s fees, court costs, or other legal expenses unless you are compensated.

When you choose a contingency fee, the cost of your legal representation will be paid out of your compensation based on a percentage that we agree on when you become our client. This means that you do not have to worry about paying legal bills while your case is pending. At Roberts & Roberts, we don’t get paid until you do.

Our attorneys will be glad to discuss with you in detail how contingent fees work. We want to put your mind at ease about the financial aspects of your claim. Your focus should be on recovering from your injuries or loss and putting your life back together.

Find out how our Texas accident lawyers can help you. Contact us today at 903-597-6000 or fill out our online contact form. There is no charge for the initial review.

Most of the attorneys at Roberts & Roberts are board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in personal injury law or civil trial law. We are proud of the extraordinarily high percentage of our current clients who were recommended to us by our former clients. Call us. We can help.

The call costs you nothing … It could mean everything.

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