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Will I Have to Pay Anything to Claim?

When a compensation or personal injury claim is pursued through the courts, the injury solicitors are either paid by the hour or on a no win no fee basis.

What is no win no fee?

No win no fee has changed slightly due to laws introduced in April 2013. Should you lose your case, you will still have nothing to pay. If you case is successful, our solicitors fees will be paid out of your compensation. You will keep a very minimum of 75% of your compensation, and compensation levels have been increased by 10% to offset some of the cost of these changes.

Legal Fee Insurance

It may be the case that should the claim be lost, our solicitors will have insurance to cover their fees, so you will still owe nothing and can hold your head up high for having tried.

If you feel you have Grounds to Claim

If you feel you have been the victim of someone else's negligence and you have been injured or suffered in some way, then you should:

  • Act quickly, as there can be time limits involved.
  • Write down what happened in as much detail as you can.
  • Contact our team of injury lawyers who can advise you on the chances of success and next steps.
  • Personal injury and all types of accident claims are often the result of people not paying attention to what they are doing, or disregarding safety. If you have been injured or been made to suffer you are perfectly entitled to compensation. Start your claim today by filling out the form at the top of this page, or calling our freephone number.

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