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Steve Matz and his team have been practicing law in Michigan for decades. They’ve logged millions of miles traveling to every county in Michigan’s lower and upper peninsulas, meeting with clients, and doing the work necessary to earn significant settlements on their clients’ behalf.
Our Fee is 22% not 33%

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How can we charge just 22%?
In our 36 years of practice we have been enormously successful, earning our clients in excess of $300 million. We do not need to charge the maximum permitted by law (33%) in order to be profitable.
Could I really talk to Steve Matz the first time I call?
When you hire Matz Injury Law, you will work with Steve from beginning to end. You’ll have his cell number, and he’ll be ready to talk to you whenever you need his help.
Are you good at what you do?
We have over three decades worth of success in communities throughout Michigan.
Do I have to travel to your office to meet you?
No. We’ll come to you wherever you wish, and we don’t expect you to make your case fit our schedule.
The no-fault system is complicated and hard to use. How can you help?
Your rights break down into several basic principles. We simplify issues by making them understandable and less intimidating. We’ll keep you constantly updated about your case. We also want you feel free to contact us anytime.
Do you mind if I get a second opinion?
Please do. Get a third and a fourth opinion, too, if you need to. Your decision should be based not only on your impression of the abilities of a lawyer, but on your personal chemistry with the lawyer with whom you’ll be working. The fact that we charge 22%, not 33%, as our contingent fee is an enormous added value, but it shouldn’t be the deciding factor.
What if I can’t pay right away?
There’s absolutely no cost to talk to us on the phone, or to meet with you. And if you don’t hire us, you don’t pay a cent. In fact, you won’t pay us until we obtain a settlement on your behalf. Remember, all attorneys are required to inform you that case costs spent by the attorney are a separate charge from the percentage fee; and that you are responsible for paying those costs regardless of the outcome of your case. Our contingent fee is 22%, not 33%. 1-844-TWENTY-TWO.
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The maximum contingency fee permitted by law is actually 33 1/3%. Michigan court rules require that the attorney fee be computed on the net sum recovered after deducting all disbursements properly chargeable to the enforcement of the claim.

What does 22not33 mean, exactly?

We can charge 22% while virtually all other injury attorneys charge 33 1/3% because we are very, very good at obtaining results for our clients. 

We do not spend millions of dollars on television ads. Instead we offer a lower fee to our clients.  We don’t have dozens of lower paid associates handling our work. All of our clients are represented by Steven and Jared Matz. Steven Matz started the firm in 1977 and since then has dedicated his life to representing injury victims.  Jared joined the firm in 2016 but grew up listening to stories, discussing theories, and generally learning at the dinner table about how to effectively and compassionately represent injury victims. Jared Matz was literally born to represent individuals involved in motor vehicle crashes.

All of our cases are handled on a contingency fee and all of our cases are handled at 22%. Whether the case settles or goes through trial, the fee does not change. While our competitors make excuses as to why they charge so much, we are obtaining results for our clients at a lower fee.

At a typical television advertising law firm, your first call will be handled by a receptionist, who may refer you to an intake person, who will discuss your claim with an intake manager, who then discusses your claim with an associate, who may then report to a partner. You may never speak with the person whose name is at the top of the letterhead. At Matz Injury Law you will always speak with either Steven Matz or Jared Matz.  

As required by the Michigan Court Rules, all fees are calculated after first deducting reasonable costs.

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