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How Much Does It Cost To Hire Talabi & Associates? Contingency Fee Explained

18 Jul 2019, by Madiha Hanif in Hiring A Lawyer

How Much Does It Cost To Hire Talabi & Associates? Contingency Fee Explained.

When it comes to hiring a lawyer, a lot of people worry the most about how much it is going to cost them. Knowing the different types of fees attorneys charge and understanding all of the different rates can help you to not stress about the cost and make a better decision when deciding on a law firm. Below are the three common types of attorney fees and costs:

Hourly Rate Legal Fees

With this type of structure, the attorney has a set hourly fee for their work. The amount charged per hour varies based on location, the firm, case type and the attorney that is going to be working on the case. 

Flat Rate or Fixed Legal Fees

For this type of fee structure the attorney has a specific fee set up and will charge you that regardless of time spent or the outcome of the case. 

Contingency Legal Fees

A contingent fee is where you pay the attorney if a specific outcome occurs. This type of fee is based on success and it is agreed upon that the client pays the attorney a certain percentage once the case is won at a certain level. 

At Talabi & Associates, P.C., our attorneys charge a contingency fee. This means that if we decide to take your case, you as the client are not obligated to pay anything up front to retain us for our services. The benefit of a contingent fee is it allows the injured party to bring a lawsuit without having to worry about the upfront costs involved.

Have you or anyone you know recently been involved in a car accident in Houston, TX? At Talabi & Associates, we have handled thousands of personal injury cases and are ready to help you. We work on a contingency fee basis meaning you are not responsible for legal fees until we win your case. Contact us today for your no obligation, free in-office consultation. 


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