If I get a lawyer for a sue how true is that if I dont win I dont have to pay. Is that true or I have to pay a fee to the lawyer.
i hope you do not take offense, To that that comes hereafter; 'Tis only that it's my two-cents, Not one penny more thereafter. §;o) It depends what kind of suit it is. If it's a "contingency" law suit then if you lose you don't pay. A contingency law suit is usually a suit seeking a large monetary award, probably because of personal injury, and instead of a set fee the lawyer gets something like a third of what ever you are awarded if you win the case.
A lawyer is usually smart enough to turn down contingency law suits where he doesn't feel there is a good probability of winning the case.
Some lawyers DON'T have that policy! It all depends... Some feel so confident that they can win the case that they will tell you that. Be sure to read all of that fine print!!!
And don't sign anything if you are NOT COMPLETELY sure!