What Is No Win No Fee?
A no win no fee agreement (also known as a conditional fee arrangement) allows you to make a compensation claim, with no financial risk and without paying any solicitors’ fees upfront. You only ever pay anything if your no win no fee claim is successful. If your case is unsuccessful you won’t have to pay any legal fees – either to your own solicitor or to your opponent’s.
How Does A No Win No Fee Claim Work?
Making a no win no fee claim usually involves us taking out an insurance policy on your behalf.
This insurance policy fully protects you if your claim is unsuccessful. It also means that you can claim compensation without paying a penny upfront.
You only pay anything if your no-win, no-fee claim is successful, and even then, your opponent will cover the majority of your legal expenses. Any outstanding charges are taken from your settlement. We'll notify you ahead of time so there are no surprises.
What Can I claim for?
No two people are the same – and the amount of compensation people get varies considerably.
The value of using a solicitor who specialises in a specific type of claim is that we’ll be able to accurately calculate the compensation you’ll need. This calculation will factor in a number of things, including:
Your pain and suffering
Current and future loss of earnings
The cost of your care, both now and in the future
Rehabilitation and other support services
Any mobility aids or other assistive technology you’ll need
Adaptations to your home (or moving to a new home if where you are currently isn’t suitable).
For further information on any of the above, please do not hesitate to contact our professionals at Hennah Haywood Law.
Our personal injury team at Hennah Haywood will be compassionate whilst providing practical advice during your case with us.
We can address all inquirers who have experienced clinical mishaps and have specific specialism in dealing with cases including experienced serious, groundbreaking wounds, for example, spinal wounds, mind harm and neurological injury and deadly wounds.