No Fees if No Recovery
Kansas contingency fee attorneys who put their clients' needs first - Bretz & Young
Worried about whether you can afford to hire a lawyer if you've been injured in an accident in Kansas? We understand your concerns. That's why we will only charge you a fee if we recover compensation, either through a verdict or settlement in your personal injury, workers' compensation or Social Security disability case. In fact, we haven't sent a bill to a client since 1997!
We work this way at Bretz & Young because we strongly believe everyone deserves exceptional legal advice - regardless of how much money they have. That's why we strongly urge you to schedule a free consultation with our law firm as soon as possible.
Our testimonials and case results speak volumes. In case after case, our experienced Kansas personal injury attorneys have consistently obtained sizable verdicts and settlements, with many exceeding $1 million. There's no substitute for success.
What is a contingency fee lawyer?
Contingency fee is a term law firms use to describe certain fees they charge clients for their services. Specifically, a law firm that works on a contingency fee basis only charges a fee if it obtains financial compensation for its clients.
If the law firm does not get any money for its clients, that firm does not charge any legal fees. The fee is contingent on a successful result. That's the way we work at Kansas personal injury law firm Bretz & Young. If we don't win, you don't pay a single cent. It's that simple.
But money is not what drives us to work tirelessly for our clients. We work hard because we strongly believe injury victims should not have to pay for someone else's reckless behavior. The outcome of your case also may help others from being harmed in a similar manner. A successful verdict or settlement can send a powerful message that the negligent behavior you faced will not be tolerated.
Discover what Bretz & Young can do for you. Contact our Kansas law firm.
Most of us at Bretz & Young were born and raised in Kansas. For all of us, helping injury victims is more than just a job. It's an opportunity to do the right thing for our friends and neighbors.
Don't delay. If you wait too long, you may lose your right to take legal action because of the statute of limitations. That's the Kansas law that puts a deadline on the time you have to initiate legal proceedings. Contact our law firm right now. Call (866) 881-0103. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Se habla español.