We will give you a FREE initial consultation on your claim. Call us now on 01425 275555 or FREEPHONE 0800 083 2755 or email email@example.com.
We will advise you on the best way to fund your case.
This may be: –
- Conditional Fee Agreement, commonly known as a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement.
- Legal Expenses Insurance – as part of your household or car insurance you may have legal expenses cover to help with legal costs.
- Trade Union – if you are a member of a trade union they may provide help with some legal issues.
- Public Funding – this is now only available in cases for children with brain (neurological) injuries resulting in severe disability, which arises during pregnancy, childbirth or up to 8 weeks postnatal.
With a ‘No Win, No Fee’ option: –
If you win: –
- Your opponent will pay the majority of our basic legal costs and disbursements (e.g. court fees and medical reports).
- You won’t have to pay a penny out of your own pocket until your claim has successfully come to an end.
- Any of the costs not paid by your opponent will be deducted from your compensation.
- Any disbursements that cannot be recovered from your opponent, will be covered by your insurance policy.
- There are no hidden costs. We will give you regular updates about the costs being charged to your case.
- To help you with your legal costs, the Government has ordered a 10% increase in the amount awarded to you for your pain, suffering and loss of amenity.
If you lose: –
- There is no financial risk to you if your claim is unsuccessful.
- You won’t have to pay anything out of your own pocket whilst your claim is being pursued.
- We would make no charge whatsoever to you.
- You will be fully covered by your insurance policy for any disbursements.
- Your insurance policy protects you from any of your opponent’s legal costs.
- There are no hidden costs.
We will do everything we can to protect and support you during your claim and we will keep you updated at all times.
Please note: This does not apply to asbestos related diseases and mesothelioma claims which are exempt from the above arrangements.