While every case is different, the amount you will pay depends on a number of factors such as:

How long it takes to resolve the claim.

Some people will receive their benefits fairly quickly and with little resistance from an employer once they retain an attorney. The more complex the case, the less likely it is that you’ll get a quick resolution.

The amount of benefits you are awarded.

Our contingency fee is taken as a percentage of your total settlement or financial award, plus any expenses we incurred to handle your claim.

The amount of legal expenses.

We advance all of the costs of negotiating a settlement or arguing your case before your state's workers' compensation board, and these are reimbursed only after your case is won.


Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.