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How Do You Charge for Your Services?

At Hensley Legal Group, we work on a contingency fee basis. This means we do not collect any attorney’s fee unless you receive a settlement.

What Is a Contingency Fee?

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A contingency fee is summed up well by the phrase, “We don’t get paid unless you do.”

Other law firms may charge hourly fees or retainers for their services, but at Hensley Legal Group (as well as most car accident lawyers), you only pay a contingency fee at the end of your case. If you don’t receive a settlement, you don’t owe us a single cent.

What is Hensley Legal Group’s Policy?

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At Hensley Legal Group, our contingency fee is one-third of your settlement: 33.3 percent.

If you choose to go to trial, the fee becomes 40 percent. However, the majority of cases are settled before trial.

Other costs may also come up during your case: medical record fees, police report fees, court filing fees, etc. At Hensley Legal Group, we cover those upfront costs initially and then are repaid out of your settlement.

Although hiring an attorney involves a contingency fee payment at the end of your case, it also includes other financial benefits. As attorneys, we can work with medical providers to reduce your medical bills. Typically, you can only have your medical bills reduced if you have hired an attorney.

Our Promise to You

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Although we cannot promise that our fees will always be low, we can promise that they will always be fair.

We promise not only to earn our fees, but also to earn your trust as a law firm worthy to represent you when you need it most. Click here to read more about our 12-Part Client Services Guarantee.