How We Work: Fee Information
If you or someone in your family has suffered a medical injury, you should call Lubin & Meyer to discuss the circumstances of the injury. If it is felt that we may be able to assist you with your potential claim, you will be asked to come to the office for a more detailed interview, so that we can obtain all of the pertinent information about your case. You should never make a decision on the merits of your claim without the benefit of competent legal advice from an attorney who concentrates in medical malpractice and personal injury law.
After the initial interview, your claim will be thoroughly investigated and carefully evaluated by the firm’s experienced staff of experts and, where necessary, by consultation with leading medical and technical experts from across the country. Both the initial consultation and the investigation of the merits of your claim are done without any fee or charge to you. (In fact, there is never a fee unless we are successful in obtaining compensation for your injury.) That is because Lubin & Meyer handles medical malpractice and personal injury claims on a contingent fee basis so that the legal fee is a percentage of the actual amount recovered for you. You do not even have to pay the expenses incurred in bringing the case until the conclusion of the case when money is recovered for you.
When your case is accepted, Lubin & Meyer will immediately undertake intensive pre-trial preparation, using the many innovative and creative techniques the firm has pioneered in the medical malpractice personal injury field. For example, in appropriate cases Lubin & Meyer uses mock juries to predict the response of a real jury in an actual trial situation, or produces documentary films, which graphically and dramatically demonstrate to the jury the effect of an injury on the life of the victim and his family. In addition, the pre-trial preparation involves obtaining testimony from leading experts across the country in fields such as medicine, engineering, flammable fabrics, architecture and economics, who are committed to presenting the victim’s case to the jury at trial.
Lubin & Meyer continually strives to prepare and present the most effective and persuasive trial presentation on behalf of its clients using the most sophisticated technological advances, leading experts and intensive preparation to maximize the chances for a successful outcome of each claim.