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What is the no win no fee * agreement?

The agreement is legally known as the conditional fee agreement was set up in 1998 to demolish fees being paid by claimants for claims they do not win. The conditional fee agreement has been in place since 1995 but was for a limited range of services it was later introduced to all civil cases with the exception of family claims. The scheme has opened doors for thousands of people to make claims against non fault personal injury.

The no fee policy can be used in a wide range of claims from personal injury to medical criminal claims. Before the agreement had been established if the claimant had lost the claim not only would you have to pay for your solicitors fees but the fees which the opposite party has occurred. This meant that many people would think twice before claiming compensation.

What happens when you win your claims?

The policy does not protect you from paying fees if your win, it only protects you when you lose. Some companies or solicitors will deduct their fees from your compensation if you were to win the claim.

Our personal injury claims policy

With our personal injury claims process you do not have to pay a penny whether you win or lose.

Our system does not work like the conventional no win no fee * scheme, our claimants are guaranteed to keep 100% of the compensation when rewarded. All solicitor fees etc are paid by the other party’s insurance company.

The conditional fee agreement will cover costs if the claim is lost but when it’s won under normal scheme the solicitor will deduct their fees from the compensation rewarded to you.

Some solicitors / Lawyers do ask for you to take out a loan to cover expenses that the solicitor may encounter when dealing with your claim, this would involve medical records etc.

With our accident claims service it’s totally free, there are no costs involved and we do not ask you to take out any type of loan etc. Again we do not take fees from your compensation, making it a win – win situation for you.

What type of accidents are covered by the scheme?

The no fee scheme covers a wide range of accident which result in personal injury. Below is a list of areas which we use the agreement with.

  • Road accident claims This would include whiplash, passengers becoming injured and pedestrians. The only person who cannot claims for personal; injury is the person who caused the accident by being negligent.
  • Accidents at work Mainly caused by employers not carrying out the health and safety right checks throughout their work place. Other examples of negligence would be the employer not training their staff correctly to operate tools and machinery in a safe manner.
  • Trips and slips Many people fall, trip and slip in public places every day, this may be due to slippery surfaces which don’t have the correct signedge placed in visible areas or public footpaths broken. All of this can be claimed upon for free with you getting 100% of the compensation.

You can also get conditional fee agreement funding for medical negligence claims. This is only available to claimants who fall under the guidelines set by the scheme. Medical negligence claims work different to personal injury. To find out more about medical negligence claims click here.

Find our more about how to make a personal injury claims under the scheme by contacting our accident claims advisors now . Our help lines are managed 24hrs a day.

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