The contingency fee percentage that a personal injury attorney can charge is typically regulated by state law and may vary depending on the jurisdiction. In some states, there is a statutory maximum fee, while in others, there is no specific limit.

For example, in some states, the maximum contingency fee is set at 40% of the recovery, while in others, it may be as high as 50% or more. The exact percentage depends on the specific laws and regulations in the jurisdiction where the case is being handled.

At Keith D. Leshine Attorney At Law, LLC, located in Duluth, GA, we are committed to providing transparent and ethical representation to our clients. We understand the importance of providing value for our services and we work to negotiate a fair contingency fee that is in the best interests of our clients. Our goal is to provide the highest quality legal representation while ensuring that our clients receive the maximum possible recovery.

Regardless of the specific laws and regulations in a jurisdiction, it is always important to understand the terms of the contingency fee agreement before retaining a personal injury attorney. A client should carefully review the agreement and ask questions about any terms that are unclear. This will help ensure that the client fully understands the fee arrangement and feels comfortable with the attorney’s representation.