We offer three types of fee agreements:
Contingency Fee Agreements
A contingency fee means you pay us a percentage of the money that we recover for you.
If we don't get any money for you, however, you pay us nothing. No matter how much we spend on your case.
We primarily use contingency fee agreements for personal injury cases and some breach of contract cases.
Download a copy of our standard contingency fee agreement.
Flat Fee Agreements
As the name indicates, you pay a one-time flat fee that covers the entire case.
We typically use flat fee agreements for appeals some post-conviction relief cases, which include sealing, vacating, and expunging criminal records.
Retainer Fee Agreements
This type of agreement involves both an up-front retainer and an hourly fee.
You pay an initial retainer (i.e. a down payment) and then we charge you hourly for the work that we actually perform on your case.
We use retainer fee agreements for most of our civil litigation and business cases.