Pay No Legal Fees Unless We Win - You Certainly Can Afford an Experienced Mobile, AL Lawyer!
The Mobile, AL law firm Braswell Murphy LLC knows that most people don't have the money to pay a lawyer hundreds of dollars per hour to work on their case. They may think they can't afford effective legal representation.
The injuries victims suffer in an accident can also take a huge financial toll. They are left with medical expenses and often are unable to work because of their injuries. This makes it harder to pay their other monthly bills, such as the mortgage, utilities and groceries. The last thing they need is another bill.
That's why we work on a contingency fee basis. You owe us nothing until we win your case.
We believe all accident victims deserve the best legal representation possible-whatever their financial situation. That's why we made the decision to charge our clients no fees or expenses until we recover damages for them. Contact us to learn how we can help you with your case.
"Who pays the costs for pursuing my case?"
We do. Braswell Murphy will pay all expenses and costs associated with the advancement of your case. You owe us nothing until we settle your claim or reach a successful verdict.
If you've been seriously injured as the result of someone else's negligence, the last thing you should have to worry about is how to pay another bill. When we represent you, you can focus on recovering from your injuries. We'll focus on recovering financial damages for those injuries.
We'll put all of the resources at our disposal to work when building a strong case. This includes our investigative and forensic resources, and access to expert witnesses. We are driven and determined to get results.
"How much do I owe you if my lawsuit is not successful?"
Nothing. If we are unable to recover damages for you, you don't owe us a cent. But we are usually successful.
We are very selective in the cases we accept. If we take your case, it's because we believe in it. The reason we limit the number of cases we take is to be able to put more time into each one. We find we get better results that way. This allows us to build a strong case that ultimately prevails in court, or convinces the other side to make a settlement offer.