Our Billing Structure

At OnlyWhenYouWin, we understand that the last thing you need, as someone who has been injured, is to pay costly court filing fees and your lawyer’s billable hours on top of your recovery costs. That’s why we never send our clients a bill until they collect the money they deserve. We assume all of the case’s financial responsibility up front and let our clients focus on their recoveries.

You won’t get a bill for the time we spent thinking about your case while brushing our teeth. We don’t bill you for the time we spend with you on the phone. Even your initial consultation with us is 100% confidential and free. So how do we make money? We earn 29%* of our clients’ financial recoveries from their cases.  If our clients don’t earn money (via winning or settlement) from their case, we don’t earn money.  So, we are in this together!

What Does a 29% Fee* Mean for You?

Many attorneys practicing the same type of law as OnlyWhenYouWin charge their clients 40% (or more!) of their verdicts or settlements.  We want our clients to use their judgments and settlements to repair their injuries and become whole again.  That’s why we charge a fee that we feel is more reasonable, 29%.*

Your Total Recovery Your Recovery  Post-Lawyer’s Fee (29%) ** Your Recovery  Post-Lawyer’s Fee (40%) **
$1,000,000 $710,000 $600,000
$500,000 $355,000 $300,000
$75,000 $53,250 $45,000
$25,000 $17,750 $15,000

** Not including case costs and expenses, which are also typically reimbursed from a recovery.

*Disclaimer: The 29% fee pertains to matters settled pre-suit only.   In addition, the 29% Contingency Fee does not apply if the case was referred to our firm by another attorney.  Furthermore, the 29% Contingency fee does not apply to any attorney or firm to which we may refer the case.  We can not set another attorney or firm’s fees.  If we refer the case, the new attorney’s own Contingent Fee schedule will apply.

Finally, an Affordable Lawyer!

OnlyWhenYouWin is a uniquely affordable law firm, no matter what your personal finances look like. That’s because until you win money from your judgment or settlement, our fee is $0. You will never pay court filing fees, expert fees, or billable hours with us. We get paid only when you do.

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Recent Awards & Recoveries

  • $2,600,000

    Product Liability Suit
  • $1,625,000

    Medical Malpractice / Product Liability / Negligence
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    Dear Erik Vogel,

    Let me take this opportunity to thank you for your help in this sensitive matter.

    R.M.

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    R.M. (2015)

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    Mr. Vogel,

    Thank you again for making this process so seamless for our family. Your professionalism has been amazing.

    M.C.

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    M.C. (2015)

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    Hello Erik,

    Thank you for the work you’ve done to help us straighten out [this matter]. We truly appreciate the results achieved and the pending payouts.

    Sincerely,

    G.N.

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    G.N. (2014)

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    Dear Erik,

    On behalf of my family, I want to thank you for your support and hard work during a very difficult time in our life.

    Sincerely,
    J.S. & Family

    - J.S. & Family

    J.S. & Family (2008)

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