How Much Does It Cost To Hire A Dog Bite Lawyer?

After a dog bite, the last thing you want to do is add to the mounting pile of bills. The cost of medical bills, combined with your lost wages from missing work, can make for a stressful time.

To many, hiring an attorney to handle their dog bite case sounds like an expensive decision to make. But by hiring an experienced dog bite lawyer that operates on a contingency fee, there’s no fees unless you get a settlement. No up-front costs, no worrying about money, nothing. Your lawyer doesn’t get paid unless you win.

Contingency fees give the lawyer an extra incentive to get the best possible settlement for you. And not only do you share the risk in pursuing a claim, but your lawyer does too. If there is no award through settlement or after a trial, your lawyer doesn’t get paid.

Contingency fees are agreed to before you case is opened. The fee is typically about one-third (33 percent) of the final settlement. For example, if you receive a settlement of $90,000 in your dog bite case, your attorney would get $30,000 – or one-third of the total figure. That leaves you with $60,000 in your pocket.

Consult With An Attorney After A Dog Bite Incident

Attorney Chris Davis has been helping people injured in dog bite incidents for over 20 years. Mr. Davis and the legal team at Davis Law Group, P.S., is ready to get started on your case. Contact Davis Law Group at (206) 539-0969, use the chat feature below or fill your information into the form for a free case evaluation. Our attorneys will determine if you have a case, answer your legal questions, and fight to get you the money you deserve.

When you call, there's no fee and no obligation to use our services. We'll cover your upfront costs and stand up for your legal rights. There's never a fee unless we get money for you. Don't hesitate. Contact us today.