We can represent you agresssively all over the the USA to claim compensation for pain and suffering and other damages. We often represent clients on a success basis, as part of a contingency fee agreement.
If you do not reside in the United States but in Europe, our EU offices can assist you locally with collecting medical data related to your injury. Our offices in Germany and the UK stand ready to further advise you on the details of a US damages law suit.
...NO WIN NO FEE
If you wish to assert your claim for damages in the United States, our US-attorneys offer representation on a contingency/no-win-no fee basis for certain cases. This means the attorney carries the risk of the legal fees and only gets paid out of the recovery in case of a success! More...
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"The case was concluded to my satisfaction and in retrospect I can say that the forecasts and the financial outlay for the mandate were realistic in advance. I was always very well informed and always felt very good about the law firm Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. represent. Accordingly, I can only recommend the law firm if there is a need for legal representation in the USA."
I found professional help ...
"I found professional help at the law firm Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. Particularly noteworthy is Mr. Thier, who enables German-language advice and gave us a realistic assessment of the situation and the next steps in the first consultation."
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