The short answer is that it depends on your case. Although the attorneys of Smith Kendall, PLLC, will not charge attorney’s fees if the case does not settle in your favor, it’s still hard to determine how much a case can cost you in the long run. Things like disputes with insurance providers, extensions in court, and contract investigations could make a lawsuit take more time, which could cost more. And while you might think you will save more by representing yourself, an attorney is likely to get you more financial support than you would on your own, which would cost you less in the long run. However, the best way to estimate the possible costs is to discuss your options with an attorney.