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How Does a Contingency Fee Work?

How Does a Contingency Fee Work?

What is a contingency fee? A contingency fee is a fee for services that is only owed if there is a favorable outcome. Personal injury lawyers typically take cases on a contingency fee basis; in that...
Grown-Up Egg Hunt

Grown-Up Egg Hunt

Grown-Up Egg Hunt 2019  The 2nd Annual Grown-Up Egg Hunt was a huge success. We couldn’t have asked for more perfect evening for this event supporting Kids on the Block.  Crocker Law Firm...
Spellabration

Spellabration

Crocker Law Firm’s Vicious Spellers of Bristol have a score to settle. In our inaugural attempt, our team placed second overall at Spellabration, an annual adult spelling bee hosted by the Warren...
Car Insurance Coverage

Car Insurance Coverage

4 Things to Consider Before You Settle Part 3 of 4: Car Insurance Coverage If you have been badly hurt in a car wreck, you need to find all of the money that is out there to help you. The liability...
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