When it comes to No Win No Fee Injury Solicitors, then the thing is if you’ve been injured through no fault of your own, you may be entitled to claim compensation.
So now is the thought of ending up with a big legal bill off-putting? The vast majority of Slater and Gordon client’s claim injury compensation on a No Win No Fee basis.
What is No Win No Fee?
The legal term ‘No Win No Fee’ usually relates to a contract you have with your lawyers which states that if you don’t win your case, you won’t have to pay any legal costs, so there’s no financial risk to you.
No Win No Fee contracts can usually be in the form of Conditional Fee Agreements (CFAs), Contingency Fee Agreements (CCFAs) or Damages Based Agreements (DBAs).
How do No Win No Fee claims work?
Basically, they allow you to pursue an injury compensation claim secure in the knowledge that if the claim is unsuccessful, you won’t owe us any money. So it’s really just a way of helping you to seek rightful compensation, without taking any financial risks.
What can I use a No Win No Fee agreement for?
While we’re happy to discuss No Win No Fee agreements for all sorts of cases, they usually involve some sort of injury.
It doesn’t matter whether your injury happened at work or in the street, or as the result of anything from a road accident to a food poisoning incident.
Some of the most common types of injury we can help you claim for on a No Win No Fee basis include:
- Road traffic accidents
- Accidents at work
- Accidents and injuries abroad
- Injuries in public places
- Industrial disease
- Faulty product claims
- Illness claims
- Sexual and physical abuse
- Asbestos related illness
- Military accidents
Will you act for me on a No Win No Fee basis?
We handle the vast majority of all our personal injury compensation cases on a No Win No Fee basis as we have the experience to know when you have a strong case and a lot of confidence in our own abilities to succeed.
Therefore, just incase you’ve been injured and someone else was either fully or partly to blame, we’ll be happy to talk to you about claiming on a No Win No fee basis.