By David Olsky
Complex commercial litigation cases may not be the most common type of contingency cases, but they can be successful. Significant monetary damages can be won for people or companies who are facing unfair or challenging business situations but without the financial means to cover the upfront costs. There are attorneys willing to take on the challenge—if certain parameters can be met. So how do you know if your case is right for contingency?
In this article, Fortis partner David Olsky takes a look at the top four questions to ask before pursuing business litigation on contingency, how contingency case fees are typically structured and how to find the right attorney for your case.