No Win, No Fee Solicitors
A ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement (also known as a Conditional Fee Agreement or CFA) gives you security and peace of mind when making a personal injury claim.
Our personal injury solicitors will assess the prospects of winning your case, review all the funding options available to you and consider if you are best supported with a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement. If we are able to offer you a ‘No Win No Fee’ agreement for your case and you decide to accept that offer you can be reassured that there is no financial risk to you if you are unsuccessful*.
If you win your claim, your opponent will pay the majority of your basic legal costs and disbursements (e.g. court fees, medical reports). If you win, any of the legal costs not paid by your opponent will be deducted from any compensation awarded to you. You won’t pay anything until your claim has successfully come to an end. Any disbursements that we can’t recover from your opponent will be covered by insurance.
Please note: This does not apply to asbestos related diseases and mesothelioma claims which are exempt from the above arrangements.
*Subject to entering into a ‘No Win No Fee’ agreement in conjunction with our insurance policy and complying with your responsibilities under its terms.
For a free initial chat with one of our expert personal injury solicitors solicitors to discuss how we can help you, please contact us now.
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