Klein & Wilson knows the legal profession has been slow to recognize that fee structures reward attorneys, not clients. Often, attorneys are rewarded for their inefficiency, in that the more inefficient they are, the more money they charge. Klein & Wilson believes attorneys should be rewarded for being efficient and cost effective. The firm prides itself on having clients who are satisfied with their bills and who believe they received good value for what they paid.
Klein & Wilson is also open to a wide variety of fee structures, such as flat fees and contingency fees, in appropriate cases.
Klein & Wilson welcomes cases handled on a contingency fee basis. Under a contingency fee arrangement, Klein & Wilson only recovers a fee if it prevails in a given matter by way of collected judgment or settlement. Klein & Wilson generally requires a 33.33 percent (33.33%) to 40 percent (40%) contingency fee for contingency fee matters. The firm will not generally consider any contingency fee case unless actual damages (exclusive of attorneys' fees and punitive damages) exceed $1 million.