What type of attorneys fees will I pay in a Workers' Compensation case?

Attorneys representing injured workers work on a contingent basis — meaning no fees are paid unless you win and funds are recovered on your behalf. If that does occur, in a typical Workers' Compensation case, the fee will be 20% of your gross recovery as provided by the Statute. Additionally, the attorney is entitled to recover certain expenses he has incurred on your behalf, for medical records and reports and other necessary expenditures.