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1. How do I pay my legal fees?

We take cases on a contingency fee basis. If we are unable to make a recovery, you owe us nothing for our services.

2. How do you decide if you will take my case?

We determine whether to take a case based on what we believe to be the likelihood of success. Unfortunately, we cannot represent everyone who asks for and needs our help. If we believe that we can be of service to you, we will take the case. If we are unable to help you, we often know of other lawyers who can help and we will refer you to them.

3. How are the case expenses paid?

Every case requires funding for development of the evidence and to prepare the case for trial. In most cases, Ragland Law Firm will advance the funds necessary to cover the expenses. We ask our client to reimburse us for the case expenses if and when there is a recovery in the case.

4. Who will work on my case?

The attorney, together with his staff, will work on the case as a team. Many times, the attorney who is directly responsible for your case is out of the office or working on other cases. He may have many people working on your case at any given time, including legal assistants, secretaries, investigators, and law clerks. You may never see or have contact with some of these people, but we are all working to bring your case to a successful conclusion.

5. How much is my case worth?

Every case is different and must be evaluated separately. We have been evaluating cases and representing people for over 15 years. We spend a great deal of time and effort to come to the proper evaluation of your case. However, you must know that there is never a guarantee of any recovery.

6. Will I be consulted before my case is settled?

No case is ever settled without your express consent. You rely on your attorneys for advice and opinions, but the final settlement decision is yours and yours alone.

7. How long will my case take?

Some cases can be completed in a few months and others might take years. If the case can be resolved without filing a lawsuit, it typically takes much less time. If litigation is necessary, each court differs in the amount of time it takes to bring a case to trial. Unfortunately, litigation tends to be agonizingly slow, but we make every effort to push the case to a conclusion as quickly as possible.

 

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