How does No Win No Fee work?
The majority of personal injury solicitors now work on a 'No Win, No Fee' basis.
A No Win, No Fee agreement (technically referred to as a 'Conditional Fee Agreement') means that the solicitor will not charge their client, the claimant, any legal fees if the case is unsuccessful.
If, however, the claim is successful the solicitor will expect a success fee in the form of a percentage deduction from the compensation settlement.
MOJ rules restrict solicitor's success fees to a maximum of 25% of the compensation award.
Cycling Injury Legal's No Win, No Fee guarantee
As part of the Quittance Personal Injury Network, we work with a panel of solicitors who work on a No Win, No Fee basis.
This means that you still pay no legal fees if your case is not successful.
Please note, under a No Win, No Fee Agreement (CFA), fees may apply if a claimant refuses to cooperate, or abandons their claim after the legal work has started, or if the claim is fraudulent.