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    Yes, You Can Afford Award-Winning Personal Injury Lawyers in Pennsylvania

    Lots of people worry that they can’t afford to hire a lawyer to represent them because it will be too expensive. Even more commonly, people seems to believe that even if they can hire a lawyer, they will be priced-out of hiring a lawyer with decades of practical, trial experience. At The Reiff Law Firm, we have helped Pennsylvanians and Philadelphians hold individuals and companies responsible for the injuries they inflict for more than 40 years. Our services are within reach of all Pennsylvanians because we offer our services under a contingency fee arrangement. This means that you will never pay us a dime unless you receive a monetary settlement or a jury award.

    If you’re interested in speaking to a lawyer to help make an educated decision regarding your injury caused by a car crash, defective product, slip and fall, medical malpractice, or other types of negligence call (215) 709-6940 today. The legal team at The Reiff Law Firm are proud to offer free, confidential, and no-obligation initial legal consultations.

    Why Do Injured People Fear that they Cannot Afford a Lawyer?

    After a serious injury caused by the recklessness or negligence of another person, many people feel a loss of control over their life. They may be forced to stop working and stop participating in the activities they love. They may come under significant financial stress due to missed work and medical bills. They may come to think that they need to stretch every penny to make ends meet and that they aren’t in a position to even consider hiring a lawyer.

    In some cases, these fears are justified because many law firms do charge very high hourly rates, or even ask for big retainers up-front. However, lack of access to knowledgeable and experienced attorneys is often a reason why companies are able to get away with selling defective products or putting poorly maintained trucks on our highways and roads.

    But, the lawyers of The Reiff Law Firm want to make sure that people who need our services will be able to afford them. So, we provide our services under a “contingency fee” agreement. The contingency fee arrangement allows you to work with attorneys who have decades of legal experience and take the first step towards taking back control of your life.

    What Our Contingency Fee Arrangement Means

    Our agreement with clients is called “contingency fee plus court costs and expenses”. This means that you do not pay us any fee or retainer up-front. For individuals who have suffered a serious injury and are dealing with the medical bills from potentially life-altering injuries, this is good news.

    How the contingency fee plus costs and expenses agreement works is we keep a percentage of any award we gain for you, plus what we invested in your case. You pay us nothing up front. We are paid only when we get an award for you. In the very rare case when we are unable to find a solution, you don’t pay us back for any of it. Not even the expenses.

    This means that pursuing legal action does not represent any additional risk to you. Furthermore, it means that you can hire a legal team with decades of experience to represent you for your severe injury case. We are motivated to achieve a favorable result for you because we only receive compensation and reimbursement for expenses if we secure a settlement or jury award for you.

    Why is Contingency a Good Idea?

    One of the most pressing problems in our legal system is the unequal access many have to the courts and representation. That is, absent a contingency fee arrangement individuals who are seriously injured by a large company or corporation may lack the resources to hire a lawyer while the company can utilize its collective resources to hire an army of lawyers to fight potential claims. Contingency arrangements are one means of expanding the availability of legal services to those who otherwise would not be able to hire a lawyer. Essentially, it means that anyone with an important legal claim can afford our firm. This means that big corporations and rich insurance companies can’t bully regular people in the courts. If you’ve been severely injured, you need a strong and experienced advocate in your corner from the start. With the lawyers of The Reiff Law Firm, you have one.

    Contingency fees also have a few more positive effect on your ability to secure representation. Contingency also means that we’re in the case together with you. Since we are only paid if we win, we work very hard to achieve a favorable result for you. And since we receive a percentage of the award, we’re motivated to seek highest possible compensation for your case.

    Finally, it means that our law firm—not you, the injured individual—takes the financial risks. If we don’t win, you still don’t pay us for anything — even your court costs.

    Contact Our Experienced Personal Injury Team Today

    We know that hiring a law firm that charges an hourly fee or retainer would be hard for anyone. When you are dealing with injuries, the loss of a breadwinner, and lots of medical bills, it is often impossible. If you or someone in your family has been severely injured, you deserve to be represented by lawyers who can use their decades of experience to fight to win you the compensation you deserve. For instance, one of our founding attorneys, Jeffrey Reiff, has fought for Philadelphians and Pennsylvanians for more than 40 years.

    Don’t delay and risk the possibility of the statute of limitations barring your claim. Give us a call right now at (215) 709-6940. A lawyer from our firm is available 24 hours a day, and the call and advice are free. You have nothing to lose and can only gain the ability to make an educated decision regarding your injury claim.

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