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What it Means to Be a "No-Win, No-Fee" Personal Injury Attorney

It is not an uncommon question among individuals interested in pursuing a personal injury claim in Michigan to ask "How much is it going to cost me?" or "How much do you charge?" In fact, this is one of the most frequently asked questions we receive from victims and their families. Many people fear the cost of hiring an experienced attorney will be a financial burden.

At Goodman Acker P.C., we represent our clients under a contingency fee agreement, generally referred to as a "no-win, no-fee" agreement. This means you do not pay any fees or costs whatsoever until we win or settle your case. We also do not charge any upfront costs. Our firm will review your case for free, investigate your claim on our dime, and advance any costs associated with pursuing your case, such as witness fees, court reporter fees, deposition costs and more.

Senior Partner and Attorney Jerry Acker discusses what our trusted no fee promise means for you in this video:

Honoring a no-win, no-fee promise can give you peace of mind and allow you to focus on your recovery knowing a qualified team is working hard to ensure you get the settlement you deserve. In addition to our contingency fee agreement, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible legal services available to our clients. We do this by ensuring our clients hold us to our set of core values and client guarantees.

Our core values include:

  1. Driven & hard working
  2. Good people
  3. Service the client above all else
  4. Competent
  5. Team player

Our client guarantees include:

  1. We care
  2. We are attentive
  3. We are aggressive
  4. We are knowledgeable
  5. We are honest

If you have not contacted us already, call our law firm office today at (248) 793-2010 for a free, no-obligation case review. We are here to answer any questions you may have.

Review the infographic below to get an idea of the timeline your lawsuit could take.

Infographic - How Long Does A Lawsuit Take