McNally Gervan is one of the leading law firms in handling serious injury claims arising from car accidents in Ottawa.
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After a serious accident victims and their families usually face financial and other stresses. That’s why at McNally Gervan, we will not ask you for any upfront money to cover our fees.
We will take the time to explain to you how our fees are calculated and how they will be paid at the end of your case. We will provide you with an example so that you can see how it works.
Some firms charge a fixed percentage (30% for example) no matter how much they recover for you and no matter how much work they do on your file. That’s not the way we do things at McNally Gervan. Our fees will reflect the work we have done on your file, the time spent, the complexity of the issue, and the results. We believe the law requires us to ensure that the fees we charge are reasonable and we make that pledge to every client.
You need to decide which lawyer and which law firm is best for you, and the way the firm charges for the work done is very important. At McNally Gervan we have stood up for clients against their former lawyers when we believed they had been charged too much and not treated fairly.
Our commitment to our clients is straightforward: we do everything we can to make sure our clients are fairly compensated, and the fees we charge will always be fair and reasonable.
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If you have a question or need assistance, our team of personal injury lawyers is here to help. We know every personal injury case is unique and we work hard to make sure our clients are fairly compensated.
If you are unable to travel to our downtown Ottawa office, one of our lawyers or paralegals can come to meet you at your home or some other convenient location. During the free consultation, we will get to know you and to understand the nature of your injuries, as well as the impact the accident is having on you and your family. Contact us for a free Consultation. We know it’s personal.