Personal Injury Lawyers in Rockville
Suffering an injury because of someone else’s negligence is devastating.
Whether you were hurt in a car accident, a slip-and-fall-accident, or
a major disaster, you could be facing the physical, emotional, and financial
consequences for years afterward. You deserve compensation for the damages
you have suffered. By pursuing a personal injury claim, you may be able
to obtain that compensation to ease your financial burden.
At Ashcraft & Gerel, our personal injury attorneys in Rockville are
here to guide you through the process of filing a claim and fighting for
justice. We have several decades of experience helping clients find peace
after serious accidents.
We can help you file a claim regarding:
- Spyware allegations against Aaron’s, Inc.
- Auto product liability
- Car accidents
- Major disasters
- Dog bites
- Trucking accidents
- Workplace injuries and workers’ compensation
- Injuries covered under the Defense Base Act
- Nursing home abuse
How Much Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Cost in Rockville?
If you are injured in an accident caused by negligence, you might want
to pursue legal action but fear that you cannot afford an attorney’s
legal fees. There is no need to worry: Our personal injury attorneys in
Rockville charge their legal fees on a contingency basis. That means we
will fund all expenses for your lawsuit and recover that money if you
We only get paid if we win your case. If we don’t get you compensation,
we cannot ask you to pay for our services or reimburse expenses. In Maryland,
contingency fees are between 30-40% of the final settlement. The percentage
will be determined by whether a case is easily settled or goes to trial.
If it goes to trial, the contingency fee is likely to be higher.
Contingency fee agreements make it possible for all accident victims to
seek compensation. If you don’t have funds, do not fear talking
to a lawyer after an accident. Since there are no upfront fees, you can
and should pursue legal action against the person who caused you harm.
When you arrange a contingency fee agreement with a Rockville personal
injury attorney, the agreement should:
- Be in writing
- Be signed by both you and the attorney
- Detail how the contingency fee will be agreed on at each stage of the case
(settlement, trial, or appeal)
- Detail the expenses that will be recovered and whether they will be deducted
before or after calculating the contingency fee