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Do I Have to Pay Anything if I Lose My Case?

If we undertake a no win no fee claim on your behalf it is because we feel you have a good chance of winning the case. Should the outcome not be successful, there is a possibility that the winning party may pursue you for their legal costs.

Insurance Policies

To avoid hefty legal costs, our injury solicitors will be able to advise you on insurance polices which cover you in the event of the case being lost. This avoids legal costs and the insurance policies tend to be very cheap.

Do I Have to Pay Anything if I Win My Case?

Due to recent changes in legislation, solicitors now receive their fee from the compensation awarded. This is capped at 25%, so you are guaranteed to get a minimum of 75% of the compensation. In addition, compensation payouts have been raised by around 10% to paritally make up for shortfall in compensation.

How successful are you at winning Compensation Claims?

As we do not get paid unless we win, our injury lawyers are experts in the field of personal injury compensation, accident compensation, and all other types of compensation where a person has been hurt or exposed to hazardous substances as a result of negligence by a third party. Our no win no fee personal injury lawyers will be able to give advice on all aspects of your case including what is needed to bring about a successful claim, and the chances of winning.

What Do I Do if I Feel I Have Grounds For a Claim?

Complete the online claim form or call us and speak to a no win no fee injury solicitor and we can assess and advise you on the case.

For Free Legal Advice call us on 0800 234 6438


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