Saving our clients money isn’t just a hollow slogan, it’s a lifestyle. In Florida, the average firm will charge anywhere between 33.33% and 40% of your recovery, settlement, or verdict.
We believe you deserve better than average. That’s why we developed the lowercase fee, putting more money where it belongs: your pockets. Our fee remains at 30%*, regardless of whether or not your personal injury case enters into litigation. With over $5 million and counting in settlements, our clients have earned over an additional $241,466 in savings from the lowercase fee.
The lowercase fee never exceeds 30% of settlement award, but in certain cases, it could be even lower.
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$327,670 + in savings
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*Savings compared to the industry standard on attorney’s fees pursuant to the Florida Bar.
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lowercase Fee Savings
|Third Party Property||$450,000||$45,000*|
*Savings based on standard industry fee of 1/3 pre-litigation*, 40% litigation**
We put people over profits
Florida Bar Maximum Allowable Fee
|% of any recovery up to $1 million before the filing of an answer or the demand of appointment of arbitrators; plus costs||33.33%||30%|
|% of any recovery up to $1 million through the filing of an answer or the demand of appointment of arbitrators; plus costs||40%||30%|
|% of any recovery between $1 million and $2 million; plus costs||30%||23%|
|% of any recovery exceeding $2 million; plus costs||20%||18%|
|33% of any recovery up to $1 million||30%|
|If defendants admit liability at the time of filing their initial answers and request a trial only on damages||20% of any recovery between $1 million and $2 million||13%|
|15% of any recovery exceeding $2 million||13%|
|After notice of appeal is filed or post-judgment relief or action is required for recovery on the judgment||5%||4%|
What fees can you expect personal injury attorneys to typically charge?
The fees an attorney charges their client are for the investigation, management, litigation, and negotiation of your claim. Calculating exactly how much it will cost to hire an attorney can be a scary proposition for many. Understanding the various types of fees is vital to making the best decisions for you and your family.
Lawyers receive compensation in one of three ways:
Contingency fee: the client does not pay their attorney until a settlement or verdict is reached and then rewards their legal representative a portion of the conpensation received.
Hourly rate: the attorney documents all of the hours spent on a case and charges the client accordingly.
Flat-rate: the cost is agreed upon up-front between the client and attorney.
lowercase is Florida’s premier low-cost personal injury firm
While most attorneys will happily bring your case into litigation to potentially prolong the dispute for the sole purpose of receiving a higher payout fee on your compensation, we have no incentive to. You are coming to us because you need help. We are eager to deliver you justice and compensation, while putting a bigger portion of your award in your pocket.
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