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Compared to traditional personal injury firms, Mighty offers a lower-cost, all-around way to help people after an accident.

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Mighty Law lawyers follow a first-of-its-kind and strict Code of Conduct in order to provide a better, fairer, and less expensive service than billboard injury lawyers.

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3 Things

Mighty Does Differently

01
Not Just Legal Help

Mighty goes beyond the basic legal services offered by typical billboard lawyers to help you find money to pay rent, file property damage claims for your vehicle, and more.

02
Lower Fees, Less Worry

Mighty Law lawyers charge rates 10% lower than the industry standard and don’t have salesman-like settlement quotas, reducing their incentive to put their well-being ahead of yours.

03
Nothing But the Truth

We believe in alignment and transparency down to our bones. That’s why we’re blowing the whistle on bad behavior, disclosing our fees upfront, and telling the whole truth.

3 Things

Mighty Does Better

01
Pay If You Win Fee Structure

Personal injury lawyers are often paid on contingency, which is a percentage of a future settlement. It’s how Mighty Law lawyers are paid too, but at rates 10% lower than the industry standard.

02
Case Management

Case managers for typical billboard lawyers help you if it benefits their firm. Mighty case managers help you navigate the legal, medical, and financial challenges after an accident if it benefits you.

03
Medical Referrals

Your Mighty case manager will help connect you with local, quality medical care providers that don’t scratch our backs because we scratch theirs.

8 Truths About Billboard Lawyers

(And How Mighty is Changing Them)

Billboard Lawyers
Higher Rates

Billboard lawyers typically charge 33-45% fee on the gross, or total, settlement they help you win.

Lower Rates

Mighty Law charges a lower rate of 30% and you'll get back 10% on most other expenses directly related to your case, too.

À La Carte Costs

Some billboard lawyers encourage services that increase the total settlement amount (and their share of it) like too much or unnecessary treatment.

All-Around Care

Mighty’s team of experts is trained to help you heal holistically, from coordinating transportation to physical therapy to helping you find a mechanic to fix your car.

Outsource Services

Many billboard lawyers outsource tasks such as printing and making phone calls for medical records and then pass those costs along to their client to pay.

In-House Skills

We’ll never pass our third-party operational expenses onto our clients and we make that promise official in the retainer every client signs.

Overpromise

Billboard lawyers can mislead clients in ads by promoting bloated and unusual settlement values, not explaining their fees, or implying most cases go to trial when 96% do not.

Overdeliver

We disclose our fee structure upfront, help our clients for 60 days with no strings attached, and keep them updated about the facts of their case through the entire process.

Quota Incentive System

Some billboard lawyers have quotas for how much settlement money they should earn for their firms each year. This motivates them to put themselves and not their clients first.

Data-Driven Decisions

Mighty Law lawyers do not have settlement quotas. We forbid it. We trust and use data to advise our clients, not quotas.

No Disclosure

Billboard lawyers are known to refer clients to healthcare providers and other “friends” who take them to ball games and concerts. Clients pay for this backscratching-circuit in the form of inflated bills.

Full Disclosure

When we make a referral to a healthcare provider, we’ll always tell you how we know them and why we trust them. We don’t do quid pro quos, we’re just helping pros.

Talk Like Lawyers

Billboard lawyers can use confusing legal jargon and multi-syllable words to evade earnest questions and yada-yada conflicts of interest.

Talk Like People

Mighty uses non-legal jargon, hires friendly humans, and publicly shares our nerdy know-how so that our clients can make their own (well-informed) decisions.

Playing the Game

Typical billboard lawyers sell themselves as hammer-wielding bulldogs and sharks. But sharks don’t do paperwork and can’t make phone calls, which isn’t good because that’s how accident cases really get resolved.

Fighting the System

We’re a team of social workers, data scientists, and more who are calling out the industry’s bad behavior and using our human hands to do paperwork, make phone calls, and help our clients get to a new normal after an accident.

Lower, Fairer Pricing

You'll only pay our (lower) fee if you win your case. It's maybe the only thing we've borrowed (and bettered) from billboard lawyers.

10%
Lower Legal Fees Than Industry Standard
10%
Back on Medical Costs
10%
Back on Other Expenses
Billboard Lawyers

You Receive

What ends up in your pocket in this example

$10,800
$9,501

In this $22,500 case example, you get $1,299 more with Mighty. Here's How:

Total Settlement

The total sum an insurance company pays in this example

$22,500
Medical Costs

What your medical providers are paid out of your total settlement for your treatment

-$5,000
Other Expenses

Expenses directly tied to your personal injury case, like filing fees

-$500
Legal Fees

What your lawyer receives in a case without a lawsuit

-$6,750

30% of settlement
before discounts

10% less
-$7,499

33.33% of settlement

10% Back on Medical Costs

With Mighty, you’ll get 10% back on your medical costs, excluding treatment covered by worker’s compensation and health insurance

+$500
10% Back
10% Back on Other Expenses

With Mighty, you’ll get 10% back on case expenses

+$50
10% Back

Mighty Blog

Key Definitions to Know Before You Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you’ve watched TV or driven down a highway over the past 30 years, you’ve probably seen a commercial or billboard for a personal injury lawyer that promises “You’ll Only Pay if You Win.” They’re mostly telling you the truth. But they’re also leaving out important details about what winning means and how much you’ll get if you do.

Standard Personal Injury Fee Hovers Around 33.3%

The industry norm for contingency fees in personal injury law is around 33.3%. Mighty knows that higher fees mean less money for clients. This is why Mighty Law not only charges fees that are 10% below the industry standard, but also gives 10% back on most other costs associated with a client’s case.

Introducing A New Kind of Friends & Family Loan

At Mighty, we understand how powerful it is for people to have their community behind them, especially at such an important time as after an accident. Friends and family are most special in hard times, and for many people, there is no harder time than after an accident. 

FAQ

How does Mighty differ from traditional law firms?

In (almost) every way. From lower pricing to doing more than just legal services to being transparent the whole way through. We have a whole page dedicated to showing you the difference which you can find here.

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How do Mighty Law's fees differ from standard personal injury law firms?

Simply stated, Mighty Law’s fees are lower than what a traditional personal injury firm charges which is 33-40% of your gross settlement as a fee. Mighty Law starts with a fee that is 10% lower than and gives 10% back on medical costs not covered by workers compensation or health insurance, and 10% back on other expenses directly related to your case, including borrowing fees.

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