Neinstein's Personal Injury Lawyer Contingency Fee: No Fees Until We Win


Neinstein's personal injury lawyer contingency fee means that you don't pay unless we are successful. It's how we ensure that our personal injury lawyer fees in Ontario are fair and inclusive - following a catastrophic injury, the last thing you need to worry about is legal bills.

This is an optional agreement; should you retain Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers and opt for a contingency-based fee plan, you'll never have to pay upfront or hourly charges.

We believe that our experience with personal injury litigation will help achieve the outcome possible in your case; if your case does not reward you with a financial settlement, you do not pay legal fees.

Average Contingency Fee for a Personal Injury Lawyer

The average contingency fee for a personal injury lawyer varies; our contingency fee for personal injury matters (not including medical malpractice) ranges between 15% and 35%, depending on the specific circumstances of the case.

Our contingency fee for medical malpractice matters ranges between 25% and 35%, depending on the specific circumstances of the case.

Reach out for a free consultation for a better understanding of what your specific personal injury lawyer contingency fee will be.


How Is It Possible That I Don't Have to Pay Personal Injury Lawyer Fees in Ontario?

In essence, we contribute our resources to make sure you are not charged any fees until your case settles. We do this so you can focus on getting well without worrying about how to pay for legal services.

We work on a contingency basis. This means legal fees will not be charged unless (and until) your case is successfully resolved. If the case is not successfully resolved, then there are no legal fees. We offer the free initial consultation and the contingency fee model to ensure victims are comfortable discussing their case with our firm and are able to access their legal rights without the fear of mounting legal bills in addition to the financial pressures associated with serious injuries.

You can access the Law Society of Ontario approved guide to contingency fees here.

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We will not charge you unless your case is successful.


How It Works

At Neinstein Personal Injury Lawyers, we pride ourselves on being successful. You will not pay any legal fees until your case is successfully settled. We operate on what is typically called a contingency fee (percentage of recovery) basis. The percentage that applies to your case depends on the type of case. This information will be explained to you from the outset and will form part of our Retainer Agreement.


Free & No Obligation Consultation

When people are injured, most often they are unable to work and during these times, cash flow can become an enormous burden on the victim and their families. We recognize that our clients are suffering and are under enormous financial stress. That is why we use the contingency fee arrangement.


No Fees To Retain Us As Your Lawyer

We understand that when people are injured they are suffering and are under an enormous amount of financial stress. That is why we use the contingency fee arrangement.


No Fees Until We're Successful

When you retain Neinstein's Personal Injury Lawyers, you will never pay upfront or hourly charges. A contingency-based fee agreement, discussed in advance of retainer, removes the added pressure of ongoing legal fees, which can be detrimental to communication and to recovery. We believe that our experience with personal injury litigation will work for you; if your case does not reward you with a financial settlement, you do not pay legal fees.

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At Neinstein we have been advocating for injured victims for over 50 years. Our committed and compassionate team will do everything necessary to help you and your family find solutions to the new challenges that arise from serious injuries.

Our team will ensure you access the proper healthcare support to aid in your recovery. While you focus on your rehabilitation, we will thoroughly investigate your case and guide you through the litigation process so we can achieve the maximum compensation that you deserve.

Frequently Asked Questions About Personal Injury Lawyer No-Win, No-Fee Ontario Arrangements

Contingency fee agreements mean that our law firm will represent you in your personal injury claim without any upfront payment. Under this arrangement, our fees are contingent upon the successful resolution of your case. This means we only get paid if we secure a settlement or win a verdict that provides you with compensation.


We examine the elements of the case. The percentage will be agreed upon before we start working on your case, ensuring transparency and understanding of all financial aspects.


The contingency percentage covers all the legal representation provided by our law firm. It does not include disbursements or costs.


Besides the contingency fee, there might be additional costs such as those for obtaining expert witness fees, and court filing fees. These are often referred to as disbursements. Our firm ensures full transparency regarding potential additional costs from the outset.


Disbursements are costs that our firm pays on your behalf to support your claim, such as fees for medical record retrieval and expert witnesses. These are not part of the contingency fee and will be itemized separately. Disbursements are often reimbursed from the settlement amount.


If your case does not result in a win or a settlement, under a contingency fee agreement, you will not owe any hourly fees for the legal services provided. However, you may still be responsible for any disbursements incurred during the case.


While contingency fee agreements provide an opportunity for many clients to afford legal representation without upfront costs, it's important to discuss all options. Depending on the specifics of your case, other arrangements like an hourly rate may be advisable. We provide a free consultation to help you understand the best financial arrangement for your situation.