Can I Afford a Personal Injury Attorney

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After the initial shock of an accident begins to wear off, many people begin to worry about how they will be able to pay for the associated expenses. Accidents can cause a variety of financial losses – you may be looking at thousands of dollars in medical expenses, property damage, and may lose months of income. With bills piling up, the thought of hiring an attorney to represent you may seem like an unnecessary expense that you should probably avoid.

There is Good News

You can afford a personal injury lawyer. At the Wilton Law Firm, we use a contingency fee arrangement with all of our personal injury clients. What this means is that any legal fees that we are paid come out of the settlements or awards that we recover on behalf of your clients as a percentage. If we do not resolve your case successfully, you will owe nothing in legal fees. Additionally, our consultations are completely free, which means that you can find out if you have a viable case with no financial risk. By using this type of arrangement, we can assure that injured victims have access to legal representation regardless of their ability to pay for an attorney.

How do You Know if You Have a Case?

The best way to determine whether you have a personal injury case is to have your case reviewed by an attorney that practices in personal injury law as soon as possible. In order to recover compensation, you have to show that the accident in which you were injured was caused by someone else’s negligence. Some examples of accidents that would likely entitle victims to financial recovery include the following:

  • A speeding driver runs a stop sign and causes an accident
  • A shopkeeper fails to take steps to remove snow and ice from his or her entryway
  • A medical professional fails to order routine tests that would usually be ordered based on a patient’s symptoms
  • A car manufacturer brings a car to market regardless of known design flaws that make the vehicle dangerous to drive
  • A truck driver ignores the federal hours-of-service regulations in an attempt to get to his or her destination ahead of schedule.

Call a New Jersey Personal Injury Attorney to Discuss Your Case for Free

If you have been hurt in an accident caused by the negligence of another person, you deserve exceptional and aggressive legal representation. The experienced New Jersey injury lawyers of Wilton Law Firm are committed to representing the legal rights of the injured and will work tirelessly to obtain justice on your behalf. To schedule a free consultation, call our office today at 732-275-9555 or send us an email through our online contact form.

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