We offer our clients legal assistance at the highest level, adapting our services to their current needs
The law firm handles cases in the field of mandatory and voluntary insurances at the stage of proceedings before the insurer (claim settlement) and at the judicial stage. The specialisation includes handling cases for damages, compensation, compensation for the death of a next of kin, disability pension for loss of fitness for work or increased needs as a result of an accident. At the same time, the law firm engages in penal cases related to the compensation cases as cases significant for the outcome of the civil case.
The specialisation also includes preparing agency agreements, giving opinions on general terms and conditions of insurance and representing clients before the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection
Flat-rate fee (the so-called flat rate) – a form of settlement where the remuneration agreed with the client consists of a one-off fee for handling the given case (in the given instance, for preparation of letters etc.) and the agreement in advance specifies the scope of activities of GM Kancelaria Adwokacka covered by the flat-rate remuneration. The amount of the remuneration does not depend on the duration of the and its amount depends on the workload necessary to complete the given case.
The hourly remuneration (the so-called hourly rate) – a form of settlement where the specified remuneration due to GM Kancelaria Adwokacka depends on the time devoted to work for the given client/the given case. This form of settlement will be the most beneficial for entities (most often enterprises) that need constant legal assistance in unspecified dimension.
Success fee – remuneration paid if GM Kancelaria Adwokacka wins a case. This is a form of settlement that can be used only in combination with the flat rate or the hourly rate. If the client agrees to the success fee, the flat rate or the hourly rate can be proportionately lower. The success fee is determined e.g. in percentage terms and is conditional upon winning the given case (e.g. percentage of the amount the client was awarded by the court).