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Have you incurred a serious personal injury? Are you suffering from the results of an accident emotionally, physically, and financially?

The attorneys at Rice & Kendig handle accident and injury litigation of all types, and are committed to promoting the rights of citizens by providing the highest quality representation.

Rice & Kendig offers flexible office hours and a free initial office, home, hospital or phone consultation for new clients. Personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis, which means attorney's fees are not charged unless financial recovery is made on behalf of the client. The firm advances costs and expenses related to each client's case.

With extensive trial and appellate experience, most of the firm's business has resulted from referrals by satisfied clients as well as doctors, attorneys, insurance adjusters, and other professionals. We handle cases in both State and Federal courts, involving motor vehicle, truck, motorcycle, airplane, as well as slip and fall accidents, wrongful death, personal injury, and property damage cases.

Q: How will I pay your fee and how much will it cost to have an initial consultation?

A: We work on a contingency fee, so we are paid a percentage of the settlement or judgment at the end of the case. We offer a free initial consultation to evaluate and determine if we can help you under the facts and circumstances of your claim.

Q: Can I afford to hire an attorney?

A: Yes. We handle personal injury cases are on a contingency fee basis.  This means that we do not require payment until your case settles or receives a final judgment from the court.  The contingency fee will be outlined in the initial contract you sign when we accept your case.