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Question by  Robert (20)

How much should a lawyer charge per hour?

I need to hire a lawyer and do not know what to expect for pricing.


Answer by  Amy21 (460)

How much a lawyer should charge depends on the case and the situation. Some lawyers charge any where from $50 to $200 an hour. Some offer first time free consoltations


Answer by  John (9008)

It varies wildly, and there are a lot of different factors that go into it. Some lawyers do pro bono work, where they do not charge at all. Others can charge thousands per hour. Factors that determine price include specialty, geographic location, experience, and whether it is trial or appellate work (or transactional).


Answer by  Mary (2095)

This depends on your location, the type of law and the quality (how well known the lawyer is) of the attorney. It can range from $120 - $1500+/hr.


Answer by  Shreyansh (236)

The Charges of the layer basically depend on what sort of the case you have. Personal injury cases might be charged on a basic contingency fee basis. Some will not charge any sort of fees you pay them only & only when they recover some money on your behalf whereas there is a flat charge of criminal or that category cases.

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