Contingent Fee Agreements

A contingent fee agreement is a contract between RENSCH LAW and the injured person (or the parents of an injured person if a minor) wherein the case is handled with no money up front and fees and costs are collected from the recovery.

Contingent fees start at 33% of the recovery plus costs, sales tax, and advances, and go up from there, depending upon the case and how far along in the process the recovery is made. If no money is recovered, no fee is owed, and the only things which need to be repaid by the client are costs and advances.

RENSCH LAW also takes care of negotiating subrogation claims made by insurance companies, Medicaid, Medicare, or other entities which have paid expenses for you under contract which must be repaid. This can be very complicated.