Lancaster, SC and Indian Land, SC

A question that people most often want to know is how can I afford a lawyer if I have been injured in a wreck, or injured in a fall or in some other manner? It’s an important question and it’s a difficult thing to have to go through and to think about, because you’ve just been injured, you’re getting medical treatment, you may be out of work, and you’re having to deal with a lot of things, including juggling your family to go to these doctor’s appointments and just dealing with this new injured life, and so the last thing you need to be thinking about is how do I pay for this?

As an injury lawyer, I worked on what is called a contingency fee basis, so I don’t get paid unless you get paid. If I don’t collect money for you, I don’t get a fee, so there’s nothing out of pocket for you have to pay upfront. If the case is a large case that’s going to require experts, a lot of depositions and cost out of pocket, then we’ll bring in a third financial party to fund that upfront, and then when we collect we will pay them back, so there’s nothing that comes out of your pocket upfront, there’s nothing that comes out of your pocket at any time, just upon whatever amount of the settlement, or verdict if we go to court, and then the balance after attorney fees, the contingency fee, and after costs that are paid, medical bills get paid back, and we try and reduce those as much as we can for you, the rest goes to you, and we always come out better than you handling it yourself.