What I Charge
Tenant and consumer rights cases are surprisingly varied in both their subject matter and complexity. As a result, no single fee model makes sense for all cases. I strive to tailor my fee structure to the facts of each case, with an eye towards finding a fee structure that makes sense for both attorney and client.

In many cases, I offer representation on a “contingent” fee, meaning no attorney fees are owed unless a recovery is obtained in the case. In other cases - particularly when my client is the defendant in a lawsuit - I may charge a more traditional, non-contingent fee.

Finally, in many consumer and tenant cases, “fee shifting” provisions have been written into the law to allow consumers or tenants to recover reasonable attorney’s fees from the opposing party if their claim is successful.