It has always been, and will always continue to be, our philosophy that the innocent victims of negligence are entitled to top-notch legal representation regardless of their means. As a result, we do not seek any up-front compensation from our clients to represent them in a negligence or medical malpractice case. Rather, our fee is contingent, which means that we only get paid at the end of the case and only upon the successful resolution. By New York State law, there are different fee structures for negligence cases as opposed to medical malpractice cases – something too lengthy to address here. For cases involving corporate or commercial litigation, or where we are asked to represent a defendant, the fee structures are based upon a combination of an up-front retainer, hourly billing, and possibly a contingency relationship. Again, it depends on the circumstances of the particular case. If you’d like more information, please contact us to arrange for a free consultation.