No win no fee* in Wilmcote


A wise man once said that if something looks too good to be true, it probably is. So, if you’re looking for a lawyer who offers no win no fee* in Wilmcote, you’d be right to tread carefully. But that doesn’t mean that some deals are not as good as they seem. It’s simply a question of picking the right one.

What is no win no fee*?

The idea of no win no fee* arose because life was getting difficult for anyone who thought about making a personal injury claim. The government removed legal aid from this type of litigation back in 1998, which meant that if you wanted to make a claim you’d have to first check that you could afford the fees if you did not win your case.

We felt that was not fair, so when Accident Advice Helpline came into being in 2000 we made no win no fee* a key component of our offering. This represented a simple promise that whatever happened, we would only charge for our services if we won the case.

It worked for everyone. It meant that more people could access the legal system without worrying about the health of their finances. From our point of view, it increased the number of people who wanted to use us – all it needed was for us to have faith in our own ability to fight for the compensation we believed our clients were legally entitled to receive.

What to look out for

No win no fee* has remained a common part of personal claims ever since, although its use has reduced a little recently thanks to a tougher economic climate and new guidance on how lawyers collect their fees. There have also been a number of slightly unscrupulous individuals who have chosen to adopt the appearance of no win no fee* while sneaking in a few hidden costs under the radar.

With us, though, we continue to offer a service which is 100% genuine. This means that when you use us to find a lawyer offering no win no fee* in Wilmcote, you can rest assured that there are no hidden costs waiting for you.

Finding no win no fee* in Wilmcote

We think no win no fee* is important for several reasons. Firstly it reduces the risks of making a claim, and secondly it ensures that both client and lawyer are working on the same team. It is nice to know your lawyer is working hard to ensure your best interests, and no win no fee* certainly achieves that. After all, if you don’t win, we don’t get paid.

So, if you want to find a lawyer who offers no win no fee* in Wilmcote, why not get in touch? We have a team of experts ready and waiting to provide you with everything you need. Call us on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.

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