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We do not charge you a fee just for listening to you about your case. We want to hear from you and if we can work out an arrangement for us to represent you, great. If not, that's OK too. Either way, we will be glad to have met you. Give us a call at (314) 266-4400 or click the blue button above to send us a message through this website. 

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In cases where collection of money is likely, such as personal injury and worker's compensation cases, we will accept a contingent fee contract. This means that the law firm gets paid a percentage of the recovery when money is collected. If no recovery occurs, then you do not owe anything for legal fees. 

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In cases where no money will be collected, either an hourly rate or flat fee is usually appropriate. We accept all major credit cards as payment. For individuals unable to post a retainer, we also offer affordable payment plans. Call the firm for more details. 

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