Pay No Fees Unless You Win - John R. Solis, Attorney at Law
We Represent Clients on a Contingency Fee Basis
John R. Solis, Attorney at Law puts clients' needs first, from the moment you contact our firm for your free case evaluation until the end of your case. We know that many personal injury victims are struggling not only physically and emotionally, but financially.
If you are represented by us, you won't have to worry about upfront costs. We work on a contingency fee basis for our clients. That means you only pay us when we win. There are no hidden fees or expenses. It's that simple. We firmly believe you shouldn't have to worry about how much it'll cost to hire an experienced attorney.
While we understand you need compensation to pay for medical bills and other losses, we also know your case is more than about money. It's about justice. It's about holding negligent people and companies accountable for their behavior.
By working on a contingency fee basis, attorney Solis and his legal staff can focus on what matters most: building a solid and successful legal strategy on your behalf. We don't want you to worry about out-of-pocket expenses. You only pay if we obtain compensation for you.
People come first at our firm
We understand how difficult life can become after an accident. Medical bills add up. You may be unable to work. Accidents often cost much more than the insurance company's first offer. That's why we fight so hard to get compensation for victims after an accident. We know how to find evidence others may overlook. We know how to deal with insurance companies that use tactics to keep payments to a minimum. We work tirelessly on behalf of each our clients, one case at a time.
Leave the details to us. Contact John R. Solis, Attorney at Law today to schedule a free case evaluation with an aggressive, experienced accident attorney in Laredo. We're ready to stand up for you and pursue the compensation you need and deserve. Call 866-465-9093 today. We serve the legal needs of English and Spanish speaking clients in Laredo, across the Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio and across Texas.