FAQ – Attorney Fees in ERISA Cases | Pinellas County Long Term Disability Attorney

There are as many different fee arrangements as there are ERISA attorneys.

Some attorneys will require a flat fee for investigations and then take your case on a contingent fee basis. Contingent fee basis means that you are not required to pay any money up front and the lawyer only gets paid a fee based on what they recover for you.

Some attorneys will require you to pay for retainer up front and then bill you hourly deducting the hourly charge from the retainer.

The Law Firm of Cavey and Barrett has a flexible fee schedule designed to meet your specific financial situation. We are also flexible about advancing costs.

Our attorney’s fee contracts are in writing and explain our fees and costs in detail.

If you would like to see a copy of our basic fee agreement, contact Nancy Cavey by clicking here or by calling 727.894.3188.

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