We operate on contingency fee agreement, which means that you do not pay for our legal service unless you receive a recovery. In addition, your initial consultation with us is free of charge.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Much Do I Have To Pay?
How Much Time Do I Have?
If you think that you have been the victim of an unlawful act, you should contact an attorney immediately. There are statutes of limitations that will bar of prohibit you from ever filling a lawsuit or getting recovery for the harm that you have suffered. Some of these limitations periods can be short as ninety days from the date of accident. Different cities, States and types of claims have different statues of limitations, but you should consult with a lawyer immediately to make sure that your rights are protected, even if you are not sure that you actually want to file a lawsuit or pursue a claim.
How Much Is My Case Worth?
This depends on a number of factors. No cases are exactly the same and you can rest assured that the legal team at Merson Law, PLLC will work tirelessly to maximize your recovery. Please feel free to contact us if you have questions about the value of our case.
Do I Have To File A Lawsuit?
We want to get you through the legal process in an expeditious and efficient manner. One way to accomplish this is by trying to resolve your case “pre-suit” or without filling a lawsuit in court. This allows all the parties to save the money and time associated with litigating a case and allows you to quickly obtain a recovery.
Does It Matter Which Lawyer I Hire?
If you are a victim of unlawful conduct, you deserve zealous representation that will listen to you and put your concerns first. You want a lawyer that will fight to protect your rights. The legal team at Merson Law, PLLC will aggressively and thoroughly pursue your case to hold those responsible accountable for their culpable conduct.
What is the Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program?
Reconciliation and Compensation Program for Victim-Survivors of Abuse. The Archdiocese of New York has announced another step in its ongoing efforts to respond to the past scourge of sexual abuse of minors by clergy with the establishment of a voluntary Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program (IRCP) that will seek to promote healing and bring closure by providing compensation to victim-survivors of abuse by priests or deacons of the archdiocese. Were you sexually abused as a child by a priest or deacon? You may be entitled to monetary compensation.