|Aggressive Defense Of Your Georgia DUI Case For A Reasonable Flat Fee|
Chris E. Ambrose
UNCERTAIN HOURLY FEES
In all the years I've practiced law, I've learned there is one thing that makes all clients uncomfortable - an hourly fee for services.
With an hourly fee, there is virtually no limit to how much of your hard-earned money a lawyer can take. And how could you ever be sure that you weren't billed for time never invested in your case?
That's why I charge flat fees. At your interview, I'll provide you with a written quote. Even if I have a fee increase before you retain me, this quote is guaranteed not to increase as long as you hire me before your first scheduled court appearance.
Remember, you will never pay me one cent more to handle your case through trial than the fee we agree on.*
To make payment easier, in addition to cash and checks, I accept the four major credit cards listed at the end of this page. Furthermore, in some instances, you may be entitled to a discounted fee, and in other instances, you may qualify for a payment plan.
At your initial consultation, we will review your case together, I'll answer all your questions, and give you my best assessment of your case based on the information you provided. If you don't think I am the right lawyer for the job, you can simply leave. Remember, you pay me nothing until both you and I agree on a fee!
HOW OUR FEES WORK
In most circumstances, attorney fees are broken down as follows:
Trial Flat Fee Covers
Flat fees do not cover:
Remember, a plea fee differs substantially from a pretrial fee. If you pay for a plea only, no motions will be filed, no video tape requested, and we will not appear at an ALS hearing for you.
If you hire us for a Plea, Pretrial, or Trial, we will be there to explain the complicated license reinstatement procedures – AT NO EXTRA CHARGE.
Chris E. Ambrose
*Attorney's fees do not cover expert witness fess (if needed), court reporter fees (if necessary), and certain other expenses not related to attorney's fees, which are spelled out in the employment agreement between you and the lawyer.
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