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Fees/Payment Policies and Office Hours

    • Reasonable Flat Fees
    • Hourly Rates
    • Contingency for Personal Injury Matters


At the Herlihy Law Offices, we are available by appointment only.
Day, Evening and Weekend hours may be arranged.

Our fees depend upon the degree of difficulty of the case, the skill required, the needs of the client and the urgency of the matter.

Our fee will be either a fixed amount or an hourly fee or in the case of a personal injury matter - a contingency - meaning that there will be no cost to you unless we are successful in obtaining money damages. If successful, we would be paid a percentage (usually 33%) out of the recovery.

The initial consultation whether in person, by phone or via email is free, so there is no risk on your part to learn what your rights and options are. After this initial meeting, if you are not convinced that we will be able to protect you to your complete satisfaction, you can simply decide not to hire us. You'll owe us nothing.

Some individuals do try to defend themselves without legal assistance, but this is usually risky because the penalties can be harsh and the issues involved complicated. Good legal representation makes sense!!

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