Contingent & Hybrid Fee Structures

Affordable Eagle Ford Shale Business Litigation Attorneys

There are inherent benefits in shifting some or all of the legal fee risk to the law firm that you hire. When you retain Dunn Sheehan, LLP, we earn a fee based on set criteria that we agree on in order to share both legal fee and legal outcome risk.

Specific types of contingent and hybrid fee structures include:

  • Pure contingency fee: In this situation, our firm receives a percentage of the recovered monetary value. The client is typically responsible, unless otherwise noted, for the costs of litigation.
  • Partial contingency fee: This structure keeps litigation costs down for the client. Our firm receives a smaller percentage of the final recovery, but also a portion of our hourly rate.
  • Fixed fee: Fixed fees are one set sum from the very beginning of the case. It is agreed upon monetary value.
  • Holdback / success fee: A portion of our fees are paid up front, but has an amount that is withheld and is paid based on the success of the case.

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Regardless of the legal matter, our clients can benefit from any of our fee structures as they move toward a positive resolution. Call Dunn Sheehan, LLP at (888) 259-8147 to schedule a consultation to meet with one of our attorneys to discuss a plan that is best for you.

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Corpus Christi, TX 78401

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