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04-30-2018 06:08 AM
ChrisBDavison
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

Usually, when you see a lawyer for the first time and just talk about the issues you want legal support, they don't charge for that. You need to pay them when you submit your papers for their service. I got a lot of information from ajax personal injury lawyer. They have professional service for PI.
03-22-2018 09:28 AM
Unregistered
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

Everybody wants to have their say!!
Don't destroy their fun
03-21-2018 01:39 PM
adjusterjack
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

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Originally Posted by steffanhayden View Post
I don't think so an initial consultation with a personal injury lawyer is always free. It may or may be that depends on the lawyer or law firm.
Steffan, please don't make useless comments on old threads.
03-21-2018 08:23 AM
steffanhayden
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

I don't think so an initial consultation with a personal injury lawyer is always free. It may or may be that depends on the lawyer or law firm.
07-31-2017 03:51 PM
chloew
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

usually the first consultation is free, i think it's pretty rare for them to charge you for the first visit nowadays. you can usually find out either on their website or by calling them.
07-30-2017 07:13 AM
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Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

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They do based on their case I think, but most will not take the fee for consultation. They will charge them after winning the case.
I agree 100%. No fee should be charged until after they win the case in a PI case.
07-25-2017 04:13 AM
adamchrly
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

They do based on their case I think, but most will not take the fee for consultation. They will charge them after winning the case.
06-16-2017 04:41 AM
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Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

Paying some costs is up to you, but as several people notes here, normally the lawyer will pick up the costs of investigating the case.
06-11-2017 12:24 PM
pastam
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

My sister paid 250 dollars for some tests and accident records. I hope that was standard procedure?
05-31-2017 04:39 AM
Anna44
Re: Do personal injury lawyers always offer a free consultation?

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Originally Posted by CHAR View Post
Does a personal injury lawyer always give a free initial consultation or should I expect to pay some fee if I meet with one for the first time?
I had an accident and I want to see what options I may have.
How does that normally work?

If it isn't free, find another lawyer.
There are so many personal injury lawyers that if you have a good case, you will never need to pay anything until the lawyer actually collects for you.
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