POWER OF ATTORNEY AND EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT (2)

POWER OF ATTORNEY AND EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT (2)

  • The above named client employs J.Wiltz Law PLLC ("Attorney"), as attorney to represent Client in Client’s claims against all necessary defendants and/or any insurance carrier (including my own un/underinsured motorist coverage) for injuries or damages and other losses suffered as a consequence of:
  • Said Attorney is fully authorized to sue on said claims, prosecute the same to judgment and negotiate settlement thereof; but, it is distinctly understood that no settlement shall be made by Attorney without Client's approval and Client hereby agrees to make no settlement nor offer of settlement without the consent of Attorney. Client acknowledges that Attorney has neither promised nor guaranteed any outcome or recovery. Client agrees that Attorney shall retain the unconditional right to withdraw from representation after investigation and cease all further responsibility as counsel upon 14-days’ written notice transmitted to Client at the mailing address or email address listed above or at such other address provided to Attorney by Client from time to time. Such decision to withdraw shall be at Attorney's sole discretion and Client agrees to assist and cooperate with Attorney in such withdrawal in the event it may occur. In consideration of the services rendered and to be rendered to Client by Attorney, Client does hereby assign, give and convey to Attorney as compensation the following present undivided interest in said claims:

    35% If collection is made prior to the filing of a lawsuit;
    45% If collection or settlement is made after filing of a lawsuit.

    The interests hereby assigned apply to the gross monetary recovery, including interest accrued on any judgment and recovered costs of court. The expense and costs of litigation, including court costs, expenses of investigation, court reporter fees, expert witness fees, costs of obtaining and presenting evidence and out of pocket expenses of the Attorney, including costs for research data base fees, copies, travel, car mileage, postage and deliveries, shall be reimbursed to the Attorney by the Client. All expenses and costs of litigation referred to above are due at the time of recovery and shall be deducted after the contingent fee is calculated and will be paid out of the Client's share of recovery. The laws of the State of Texas govern this Agreement and its interpretation and that venue and jurisdiction for any dispute arising from or related to this Agreement shall be in Dallas County, Texas. I acknowledge that Jervan Wiltz and J.Wiltz Law PLLC has no affiliation or partnership with Godsey Martin LP or ijustgothit.com. The State Bar of Texas investigates professional misconduct committed by Texas attorneys. Although not every complaint against or dispute with a lawyer involves professional misconduct, the State Bar Office of General Counsel (1-800-932-1900) will provide the Client with information about how to file a complaint.