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What if I Can’t Afford an Attorney?

Over two-thirds of Americans live paycheck to paycheck, meaning that for many people, an attorney may seem out of reach when they most need one.

You may be somewhat familiar with the rule that criminal defendants are entitled to legal counsel, but what if you happen to be entangled in a civil case? Fortunately, parties to a civil suit can pursue compensation with the help of a lawyer who works on a contingency fee basis.

Below, we will discuss contingency fees and how the Louisiana personal injury attorneys at our firm can help you pursue compensation for your injuries.

You Can Afford an Attorney

The attorneys at Spencer Calahan Injury Lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. That means we will only get paid if we win your suit. Essentially, we take a previously agreed-upon percentage of your final settlement or award. That way, you don’t have to worry about bills in the mail or unexpected costs.

Beyond allowing you to pay nothing unless you win, a contingency arrangement can help you in that you will have the benefit of retaining a lawyer who is absolutely determined to get a favorable verdict. Our time and effort on your case would otherwise be wasted.

Ultimately, getting experienced and qualified legal counsel is important as you seek personal injury compensation. You don’t want to be stuck representing yourself in court over a matter that could be life-changing.

Get in Touch with a Louisiana Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’re looking for an affordable attorney who can get you results, you have come to the right place. At Spencer Calahan Injury Lawyers, you can afford a personal injury attorney. We have proudly helped residents of Louisiana for years.

Call 225-387-2323 or fill out the form below to request a free, no-obligation consultation with a personal injury lawyer.