I have 3 claim regarding my employment retaintion, discrimination and disability. My job just fired me and they gave me a severance agreement so I seek and atty. He told me that the claim is valid.
I want to sue but I saw atty, but my question is can an atty charge when u win the case instead in charging u a fee in advance. Like my husband he had a injury law suit with my landlord and he didn't had to pay no retainer fee. He would pay after the case is won. Do any atty would charge after the case is negotiated. Cause I have no money to pay now.
Attorney's charge for their advice. It is up to the attorney who he or she charges you for helping you with your legal matter (And the Bar Assocation).
It is common for attorney's to charge retainers for the issues you mention.
This does not constitute legal advice, and no attorney client priveldge has been established.
Many attorneys who practice employment discrimination litigation do take cases on a contingency basis, which I think is the question you are asking.
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I think most attorneys that handle discrimination cases do so on a contingent basis. They get paid only if you get paid. Please see my disclaimer below.
If you'd like to discuss, please feel free to call. Jeff Gold Gold, Stewart & Benes, LLP 1854 Bellmore Ave Bellmore, NY 11710 Telephone -516.512.6333 Email - [email protected]
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