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Are You a Discount Personal Injury Attorney? Can I Get a Reduced Percentage of the Contingency Fee?

By The Husband and Wife Law Team on October 23, 2009

Here at Breyer Law Offices, we take a lot of pride in what we do. We have spent many years building an excellent reputation and a solid track record of success. While we have no problem with other lawyers offering discount services – and we would never criticize them for doing so – we are not discount lawyers here. Think about it. Would you ask a brain surgeon if he or she would discount their prices? The answer is no, of course. You understand the value of the services they provide. Likewise, there is a lot of value in the services we provide. We feel that by offering contingency based fees, we are able to give clients access to excellent representation that they would not otherwise be able to afford.

We are proud of the work we do and we truly fight hard on behalf of our clients to win them the best results possible. We don’t sell our clients short. We are open, honest, dedicated, and experienced. That’s why we’re able to deliver great results for so many of our clients.

If you are looking for the best possible personal injury attorney in Mesa, we urge you to give us a call. We only get paid if we are able to recover compensation for you. And we truly earn our fee through hard work, dedication, and legal expertise.

Call the personal injury attorneys at Breyer Law Offices today to schedule a free, no obligation consultation to review your case. At this point, we can answer any questions you may have, determine if there is a legitimate case, and talk about the next steps moving forward.

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