What Are Typical Attorneys' Fees?

Delaware limits the amount attorneys may collect as a contingency fee in connection with medical malpractice claims to 35 percent of the first $100,000 in damages, 25 percent of the next $100,000, and 10 percent of any remaining award. There are also provisions for attorney fees on a per diem basis also providing the attorney client contract states such.

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