As a prospective client, we understand you may have questions regarding legal fees, expenses, our attorneys and/or types of cases we serve. The information below is provided to help answer those questions. For all other questions, please contact us.
For Injury Clients
What else should I know about my case? Please see our General Instructions for Injury Clients (PDF) document for more comprehensive information regarding the handling of your case.
How much does it cost to talk to an attorney about whether I have a case?
Who will work on my case?
Many people work for you at Kleinpeter & Schwartzberg. We have attorneys, legal assistants, secretaries, and investigators, all of whom may work on your case. Some of these people you will never see or have contact with. But we are all working to bring your case to a successful conclusion.
We have legal assistants to assist the attorney in working on your case. The legal assistants are an integral part of our team. Many times the attorney who is directly responsible for your case is out of the office or is working on other cases. You should know that any time you want to speak with the attorney who is responsible for your case, every attempt will be made to have that attorney call you directly at his/her earliest convenience.
How are my legal fees paid?
In cases involving damage to your person or property, you pay on a contingency basis. This means that you only pay if there is a recovery. If there is no recovery, you pay nothing.