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UNITED STATES CODE: TITLE 28 - PART VI - CHAPTER 171
The Federal Tort Claims Act Statutes:
- 2671. Definitions
- 2672 Administrative adjustment of claims
- 2673 Reports to Congress
- 2674 Liability of United States
- 2675. Disposition by federal agency as prerequisite; evidence
- 2676 Judgment as bar
- 2677. Compromise
- 2678 Attorney fees; penalty
Section 2678. Attorney fees; penalty
No attorney shall charge, demand, receive, or collect for services rendered, fees in excess of 25 per centum of any judgment rendered pursuant to section 1346 (b) of this title or any settlement made pursuant to section 2677 of this title, or in excess of 20 per centum of any award, compromise, or settlement made pursuant to section 2672 of this title.
Any attorney who charges, demands, receives, or collects for services rendered in connection with such claim any amount in excess of that allowed under this section, if recovery be had, shall be fined not more than $2,000 or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
|An experienced Woodlands accident lawyer will usually charge 33%, if no lawsuit is filed, and 40% if a lawsuit is filed. As you can see, the contingency fee amount that a governmental tort lawyer can charge is statutorily capped at 25%|
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Federal Tort Claims Act Injury Lawyers in The Woodlands Serve
Clients throughout Southeastern Texas, including Aldine, Atascocita, Bammel, Cleveland, Coldspring, Conroe, Cut and Shoot, Egypt, Granger, Honea, Hufsmith, Humble, Karen, Keenan, Kingwood, Klein, Magnolia, Mostyn, New Caney, Oklahoma, Panorama Village, Pinehurst, Porter, Porter Heights, Rayford, Roman Forest, Security, Shenandoah, Splendora, Spring, Stagecoach, The Woodlands, Tomball, Westfield, Youens, areas in the vicinity of Houston Intercontinental Airport, and other communities in Grimes County, Harris County, Liberty County, Montgomery County, San Jacinto County, Walker County, and Waller County.