Easily Save Thousands of Dollars in Attorney Fees


 
This table compares the three scenarios from the Attorney Negotiation Script Coming soon, showing the results of your negotiations. The first column shows no reduction for subrogation. The second column shows that you negotiated the attorney's fee percentage to be applied only on the net award. The third column shows that you compromised with the attorney, excluding from the fund to which the attorney fee is applied an amount equal to two-thirds of your medical expenses from subrogation. All three examples show that your attorney negotiated a 28 percent reduction in subrogation payments due your insurer, at no cost to you.
 

Position Favoring Attorney Favoring Client Compromise
Calculate Fees on: Gross Award Net Award Exclude 2/3 Subrogation
Total Award $ 24,000 $ 24,000 $ 24,000
Less ($ 0) ($ 6,000)
(100% of Subrogation)
($ 4,000)
(2/3 of Subrogation)
Recovery Fund to which attorney fee percentage will be applied $ 24,000 $ 18,000 $ 20,000
Less attorney fees ($  8,000) ($  6,000) ($  6,667)
Less Costs ($  1,000) ($  1,000) ($  1,000)
Subrogation Payments (28% reduction, per example above) ($  4,320) ($  4,320) ($ 4,320)
Total reductions from award ($ 13,320) ($ 11,320) ($ 11,987)
Net Recovery in your pocket $ 10,680 $ 12,680 $ 12,013
Your savings in attorney's fees by negotiation of a reduction in the recovery fund $ 0 $ 2,000 $ 1,333


 
Think of it: simply by following the instruction here on SettlementCentral.Com, you may be able to save between $1,333 and $2,000 on a mid-size personal injury claim. That is quite a recovery for an investment of $_____ and a few hours of your time and effort! Your savings will increase in proportion to an increase in subrogation.