At Francis Wilks & Jones, we are very familiar with fixed fee models and can certainly work with you under such agreements. We also have alternative financing models that are better suited to your situation. Many strong cases are not suitable for contingency fee agreements for a variety of reasons. For example, if a lawyer defends a company in a profitable case, a good outcome for the client may be a victory in court or an order granting a summary judgment application. The good result is that the customer does not have to pay for judgment or comparison. Despite the good result, such a result does not create funds from which the lawyer can recover contingency fees, so a contingency fee agreement would not be appropriate in such circumstances. .