No win no fee in Whitefield – what an interesting phrase that is. But does it mean everything it says. This article will show you how you can ensure you get the best of both worlds by finding a top class lawyer and also ensuring that you don’t have to pay unless you win.
About now win no fee
No win no fee became common in the late nineties after the government removed legal aid from all personal injury claims. This made it very difficult for some people who were looking into whether or not they could make a claim.
On the one hand, they wanted the compensation which could prove crucial in helping them to recover from an injury but they also didn’t know whether or not they could afford to take the risk.
Depending on your own individual situation this risk could be substantial. Let’s imagine for a moment that you’ve been hurt in a car accident and since then have been unable to work. You income is reduced and you desperately need financial support to get the medical treatment which can help you get back into the working world. Your ability to pay could be exponentially reduced.
With no win no fee, though, you don’t need money up front; you can work with the knowledge that if, for any reason, you do not win your case you will not have to pay a single penny.
Finding no win no fee in Whitefield
At the Accident Advice Helpline, we offer you this simple promise. When we say we can help you find a lawyer who offers no win no fee in Whitefield, we mean it. There are no hidden fees, no nasty surprises lurking around the corner. Instead we offer a simple, transparent and 100% genuine no win no fee service. That means that when you use us, you know that you’ll only have to pay if you win.
Having that sense of trust is important. Not only does it mean you’re safer in a financial sense, but it also means you can have faith that your lawyer is working in your best interests.
So if you want to find someone who offers no win no fee in Whitefield, give us a call on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Alternatively, you could visit www.accidentadvicehelpline.co.uk for more information.
Date Published: 24th February 2014