At the Firm, we have a depth of experience and success representing business clients on a contingent fee basis. We are available to take on commercial plaintiff’s side commercial litigation matters on a contingent fee basis. This means that we take on risk with our clients.
Most law firms will not take this approach. The traditional law firm model eschews risk and accepts client engagements only at ever-increasing hourly billing rates. The Firm is different.
We believe success in any business or endeavor is based on establishing partnerships – and that is where our approach to commercial and business litigation begins. We understand that injured businesses and individuals may not be in a position to pay traditional hourly lawyer rates.
We also understand that many of these same businesses and individuals have meritorious claims to pursue. Absent an attorney fee arrangement that works for both the lawyers and the clients, those meritorious claims often go unpursued in the court system.
Attorneys’ fees and litigation expenses can be overwhelming. We have the resources and the expertise to work together with you to develop the billing arrangement that makes the most sense for you.
For more information or for a free consultation, please contact us.
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Resources for Clients
- Illinois State Bar Association
- Illinois Trial Lawyers Association
- Chicago Law Bulletin
- The National Law Journal
- American Association for Justice
- Missouri Bar Association
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