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How does No Win No Fee work?

This short guide explains the principles of a No Win No Fee claim. Call us now on freephone 0800 083 5045.

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How Does No Win No Fee Work?

If you have been injured in an accident due to someone else’s fault, you may be entitled to claim compensation for your damages, such as:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Rehabilitation
  • House modification
  • Loss of earnings
  • Physiotherapy
  • Damaged property

However, there is no guarantee that you will win your case and if you had to pay for your legal adviser regardless of whether you won or lost your case, it could work out to be quite expensive. This is why we work with a No Win No Fee concept.

No Win No Fee

With the No Win No Fee concept, we only take a fee if we win compensation on your behalf. This ensures you that you don’t have to take any financial risks when claiming for the compensation you deserve. Should the claim be unsuccessful, you will not have to pay for our services. Click here for more on the benefits of No Win No Fee claims.

When can I make a No Win No Fee claim?

When you have been injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, we can usually process the compensation claim on a No Win No Fee basis. In the past, we’ve helped clients with the following accidents:

How much is the fee of a successful claim?

If your claim was successful, the party at fault usually has to pay your solicitor’s cost. However, you may have to pay what is known as ‘a success fee’. This fee is usually a small percentage of the compensation you won and this will be agreed with you before signing the No Win No Fee agreement

If you have been involved in an accident, contact us today for free legal advice from our expert solicitors.

Is No Win No Fee the same as a Conditional Fee Agreement?

Yes. A No Win No Fee Agreement is another term used for a Conditional Fee Agreement, which is also known as a CFA. It is a document signed by both you and your solicitor and contains the conditions of the No Win No Fee Agreement.

No Win No Fee

Only pay a fee, if you receive compensation

98% of our road traffic accident cases are conducted on a No Win No Fee basis, meaning we only take a fee if we win compensation on your behalf, therefore there is no financial risk to you.

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