If you own a business, you know that you have to keep a close eye on the bottom line. Anything that has an impact upon your finances has the potential to cause serious problems to the long-term health of your company. When you are involved in a dispute that may require you to file a lawsuit to protect your rights, you may be concerned about the potential costs of this litigation.
At The Law Offices of Stephen B. Morris, our law firm handles allbusiness litigationon a contingent fee basis. This means that there are no hourly costs that are connected to your case. We receive our payment when, and only if, we successfully recover compensation on your behalf. There are no attorney’s fees unless we are able to win your case.
The Benefits Of Contingent Fees For Your Case
Contingent fees offer many benefits to you throughout the life of your claim. First, they allow you to have control over the costs of litigation. You will know the expenses associated with your claim, and the maximum amount of compensation that we will receive under our agreement. Our attorney will evaluate your case and explain how the contingent fee applies to your case during your free initial consultation.
Another benefit of contingent fees is that they make us work more efficiently on your case. The longer your case goes, the worse the effect that it can have on your company. With contingent fees, the money that we receive from you will be capped. There is no advantage to us dragging your case out. We both benefit from an efficient resolution that provides you with the compensation you deserve.
Also, contingent fees allow business owners of all sizes to pursue litigation. In some circumstances, you may not feel like it is worth going after the other party involved in your case. They may have a team of lawyers and think that you will back down and be afraid of the costs of getting involved in a lawsuit. With a contingent fee, you do not have to decide if a lawsuit will be worth it in the long run.
Find Out More About Your Options
If you believe that you have a breach of contract matter, partnership dispute or other business litigation concern that we can help with, please call our San Diego office at 619-239-1300 orsend us an emailto schedule your free consultation. We represent business owners throughout Southern California.