Were You Scammed with a Low Attorney’s Fee Only to Discover the Fee Actually Goes Up Automatically?

By November 24, 2010 January 10th, 2018 Personal Injury

There are many marketing techniques available to lawyers and others. However, when a low attorney’s fee is used to entice a consumer as a “guarantee”, but then automatically goes up on some contingency, such as 90 days later the fee increases to a third, or 40 percent, and the consumer is confused; you [consumers] may have a case for fraud and unfair business practices as against a/the lawyer[s] who entered you into this type of a confusing personal injury retainer contract.

We offer a free review of contingency fee contracts in certain situations. If you feel you were scammed, or enticed to enter into a bait and switch 25% attorney fee retainer, contact the honest personal injury lawyers at Ledger Law.