Your St. Louis Accident Attorney
If You Need a Personal Injury Lawyer, It Should Be Someone You Can Trust
Personal Injury Lawyer
Advocating for Clients
As a St. Louis accident attorney, I work on a contingency fee basis, meaning there are no upfront costs or legal fees. If you choose me to handle your case, you won’t pay anything unless you receive a settlement or verdict at trial.
Whereas flat and hourly fees are charged regardless of the outcome, contingency fees are contingent upon whether I recover compensation for your claim.
If I fail to recover compensation, you will not owe any attorney fees. However, if I am able to successfully negotiate a settlement or obtain a verdict for your claim, I will take a percentage of your payment for representation. Typically, this fee ranges from 30 to 40 percent, depending on the case.
It depends and can vary widely. Some cases may be done in as few as a few months, while others may take years. It depends both on the circumstances of your case and your injuries.
All communications with me are protected by attorney-client privilege. Certain aspects of your case may be publicly available, for example, if a suit is filed. Often, settlements are confidential.
Experience and judgment are both absolutely necessary. You also need an attorney you can trust.
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At Thompson Law, I offer free, no-obligation consultations. If you choose me to handle your case, you won’t pay anything unless you win. Fill out the form or call 314-650-8520 today!
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