How can I afford to hire an attorney to represent me in a medical malpractice case?

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Medical malpractice cases are a subset of personal injury, and personal injury attorneys generally take clients based off a contingency fee agreement. What that means is, unlike a criminal law attorney or a family law attorney, who charges an up-front fee known as a retainer, personal injury attorneys usually charge nothing up front and recover their fees at the end when there’s a settlement.