StrokeLaw.com co-founder, Robert Fader, answers the question, “What are my Fees To Sue Doctor for Malpractice.”
In this free video consultation, Stroke Lawyer Robert Fader explains that there are zero legal fees if we don’t win your case.
You pay nothing to us for your New York stroke litigation unless we obtain money for you.
If you have a case outside NY, the lawyers we work with around the US also work on contingency fees. Wherever you are in the US, you pay nothing unless we are successful.
Fees To Sue Doctor for Malpractice: What is a Contingency Fee?
The New York Stroke Lawyers at StrokeLaw and our colleagues are found the US all work on contingency fees on stroke lawsuits cases. Whether it is a stroke misdiagnosis case or a case where hospital made you wait for medical care, there are zero legal fees unless the case is successful.
A contingency fee in a stroke lawsuit or any medical malpractice case means that the lawyer receives a percentage of the money the medical malpractice lawyer gets for you. If the lawyer is not successful, he or she does not receive any legal fee.
Fees To Sue Doctor for Malpractice: How Much is the Contingency Fee for New York cases?
In New York medical malpractice cases, the fees are 30% of the first $250,000.00 recovered for you. Then, as we get you more money, our percentage goes down. In New York medical malpractice law, the fee is referred to as the “sliding scale.” Our percentage slides down as your settlement goes up.
In other states around the United States where we work with local lawyers on stroke misdiagnosis and stroke medical malpractice cases, the fees are made of different percentages. But, what is the same is that wherever you live in the United States, your stroke misdiagnosis case or other medical malpractice will be handled without you paying anything out of your pocket. ‘
All of the medical malpractice lawyers we work with accept cases on the contingency fee system.