How frustrating is it when you win a case but then your legal fees are deducted from the pot of gold leaving you with a pyrrhic victory!? We see this time and time again where wins are actually losses.

What if we told you that there is a great way to ensure that the costs are ADDED to the recovery, not DEDUCTED from the recovery?

Here, we share the two best strategies to pass on your legal costs to the losing party.

We leverage these strategies often to obtain optimal results for our clients.

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