Medical malpractice attorneys, all board certified podiatric surgeons, helping victims of podiatry, orthopedic, and related specialty medical negligence and injuries.

Do I pay attorneys' fees twice if I have local counsel and a listed attorney?

Absolutely not!

Generally, in a medical malpractice lawsuit, the attorney will receive a contingency fee. The and the local attorney will divide that contingency fee after they agree upon the division of representation that each will provide. You, as the client, must approve that working relationship. But the amount of the contingency fee will remain the same regardless.

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