We are known for our Texas attorneys who are board certified in personal injury and civil trial law. Below is what we do to make a difference in your case.
At Roberts & Roberts, we never want legal costs to prevent injured people from getting the justice they deserve. That’s why we offer our clients a range of options when it comes to attorney fees.
While some clients prefer to pay an hourly fee or a flat fee, the vast majority of our clients with personal injury and wrongful death cases find that a contingency-fee or percentage plan suits their needs best.
One of the main benefits of a contingency fee is that you, our client, don’t have to pay us anything until we recover compensation for you. You will not owe anything for attorney’s fees, court costs, or other legal expenses unless you are compensated.
At Roberts & Roberts, we don’t get paid until you do. Click here to read more or contact us today at 800-248-6000 or fill out our online contact form. There is no charge for the initial review.
The more you know, the more likely you are to choose one of our Texas personal injury specialists if you need one. Below are ways for you to learn more about how we can help you.
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