While every case is different, many employee cases are handled on a contingency fee basis with some minimum commitment. If we are representing an employer rather than an employee, we typically charge by the hour for our services.
Every case is different and the cost associated with the case is different, as well. A lot of our cases are handled on a contingency fee basis, if it’s on the plaintiff’s side and we represent an employee against an employer, with some minimum commitment.
If it’s an employer based claim, what we do in that case, typically we charge by the hour for the value of our services.
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