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Contingency fees in NJ

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In a personal injury situation, attorney’s fees are regulated by The Supreme Court of New Jersey. There are court rules governing attorney’s fees. My fees are contingent, that is, I only get paid if I’m successful on your behalf. The fees are on a sliding scale, set by The Supreme Court at one third of the net recovery, going up to three million dollars in seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar increments, a third, thirty percent, twenty five percent, twenty percent.

If I’m not successful, I do not receive a fee. Every consultation, initially, is a free consultation for you and I to meet and for me to discuss and evaluate your potential case.

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