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How Can You Provide This Service For Free?

Many people have never come across the concept of no win no fee, and as a result they do not understand how it works.

In essence, the service could be better described as "no risk". In the event of a successful personal injury claim, our solicitor's fees are taken as a percentage of the compensation you are awarded. However, if your claim is lost, you are not liable for any legal fees, hence the name "no win, no fee". Therefore, even if you lose, there is absolutely no financial risk when making a no win no fee claim.

Do you Receive Payment for an Unsuccessful Claim?

We do not receive any form of payment unless we win the compensation claim. This is the reason why we use expert injury solicitors to act on your behalf and give advice in the early stages of any accident claim, personal injury claim, and all other types of compensation claims.

Do I have to pay if you lose the Compensation Claim?

Before April 2013, our fees were paid by the losing party throuhgh a 'success fee'. Nowadays however, the our fee is paid out of the compensation awarded. It gives us extra incentive to fight for the maximum compensation we can for you! As a result of this change, compensation awards have been increased by 10% to offset some of this cost.

I'm Interested in Your No Win No Fee Service, What Do I do?

Simply pick up the phone and call us, or complete our online contact form. One of our injury solicitors will review your case and discuss the options with you. It's that simple.

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