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Mark Caruso offers a discounted percentage attorney fee of 29% for all cases that the firm can settle without filing a lawsuit. This is unprecedented in Albuquerque, and we were the first Albuquerque Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Attorney to make such a discount. Most every other personal injury attorney still charges the full 33 1/3% attorney fee.
This discount applies to all personal injury and wrongful death cases handled by the firm including accidents and collisions involving auto, truck, semi-truck, 18 wheeler, tractor trailer, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, buses, pedestrians and to all types of injuries including head trauma, brain injury, spinal cord injury, broken bones, soft tissue injury, psychological injury including PTSD.
**The formula for the discounted fee is simple.
The math is simple, but the additional pocket money for the client can be enormous!
**The rationale behind the discounted fee is simple.
Mark Caruso doesn’t spend tens of thousands of dollars per month on television, radio, billboard and bus advertising. Because of the reduced advertising overhead, Caruso can discount the fee and put more money in the client’s pocket. You don’t really benefit from this advertising. In fact, some jury polls indicate that juries don’t like lawyers who advertise on television, radio, billboards and sides of buses. There is some evidence that they will award you less money because of who you have representing you in the courtroom.
Caruso cites the NM Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Responsibility which permit the attorney to charge only a reasonable attorney fee based on the amount and kind of work performed. If the amount of work is less, why shouldn’t the fees to the attorney be less. All attorneys should be following Mark Caruso example of the discounted fee. Some attorneys have no begun copying Caruso’s discounted fees.
**The result of the discounted fee is simple.
At the settlement of your case you are happier with our firm because you see more money going into your pocket with the discounted attorney fee.
Caruso continues to handle the property damage settlements and rental car for free.
Mark Caruso has been practicing law since 1982–that’s 31 years. An honors graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law, Mark is licensed in both California and New Mexico. He has been successfully handling personal injury and wrongful death cases for 31 years. As a former insurance company attorney, Mark Caruso knows the ins-and-outs of the insurance claims business to get his clients the most money possible. He now uses that experience to help his clients against the same insurance companies. The lawyers and staff at Mark Caruso have been expertly trained by one of the best personal injury and wrongful death attorneys in New Mexico. There is no sacrafice in quality legal representation just because of the discounted fee.
A discounted fee just means more money in your pocket when you settle your case.
Mark Caruso gets new client referrals from prior clients, other non-personal injury attorneys, out of state attorneys, doctors, body shops and even insurance agents. These make up the majority of Caruso’s clients. Some clients are attracted to the lower percentage attorney fee. Others are attracted to his experience as a former insurance company attorney who now works for the victims against these same insurance companies. Still others look at the high client ratings and testimonials as evidence of good work for their clients.
Because the attorney does less work in getting your case settled before a lawsuit is even necessary, you should get a discounted fee.
The beneficiaries are Caruso clients. Call 505-883-5000 for a free consultation with Mark Caruso and find out why his personal injury and wrongful death law firm is so highly rated by clients and other attorneys.
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Once you personally talk to Mark Caruso you will understand why you need his specialized skills in personal injury and wrongful death claims.