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No Win No Fee solicitors in Liverpool

CL Legal offer legal representation on a No Win No Fee basis, making justice more accessible and affordable for everyone.

If you have been injured following an accident that wasn’t your fault, then you could be entitled to make a claim for compensation. As we work on a No Win No Fee basis, we will assess your claim and tell you whether you have a case to proceed for compensation. We will then look after all the aspects of your claim and help you through the entire process, with no financial risk to you whatsoever.

If you would like to make a claim, or would like to learn more about how CL Legal can help you, simply fill out our form now to request a call back from one of our expert medical negligence solicitors…

Alternatively, learn more about No Win No Fee below.

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What is No Win No Fee?

The term No Win No Fee describes an agreement between you, the Claimant, and your Solicitor which means that if you make a compensation claim which is not successful then you Solicitor will not receive any payment for the work they have done on your claim.

If your compensation claim is successful then your Solicitor will be paid part of their fees by the other (liable) party – which is usually an insurance company.

No Win No Fee is therefore a form of pursuing a claim for compensation without any financial risk to the Claimant, meaning legal representation is more affordable and accessible to everyone.

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How much do No Win No Fee solicitors take?

Only if and when your claim is settled in your favour will your Solicitor be paid for the work they did in bringing your claim to Court.

These pre-agreed costs are typically calculated as a percentage of your compensation payout and are paid out of your compensation award. The document that sets out the details of the arrangement is called the CFA or the Conditional Fee Agreement. This is a formal, legally binding written agreement between you and your Solicitor.

The actual amount of money paid to your Solicitor out of your compensation is different on a case by case basis. It is therefore important to seek confirmation from your Solicitor at the earliest opportunity regarding their success fees.

Conditional Fee Agreements

Conditional fee agreements have two important features. The first is that solicitors can charge a success fee so, in the event of a successful claim, they will be paid. The success fee is currently capped at 25% of the damages awarded.

The second feature of a conditional fee agreement is that the unsuccessful party are usually responsible for paying the successful party’s costs. So if you lose your case, you may be liable to pay your opponents solicitors basic costs. However, when entering into an agreement, you should be taking out an ‘after the event’ insurance policy which would cover your opponents costs if you were to lose.

Contingency Fees

Contingency fees are the second type of no win no fee arrangement and are generally more straightforward. The usual practice for this arrangement is that the solicitor will take a percentage out of the compensation awarded in a successful claim.

These arrangements are mainly used in simple and straightforward cases and are popular for employment law claims.

Benefits of no win no fee arrangements

The main benefit of entering into a no win no fee arrangement is that people can do so without the worry or financial strain. In addition, there are no unexpected costs during the claims process so it provides a risk free method of claiming compensation.

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What can I make a No Win No Fee claim for?

CL Legal offers No Win No Fee agreements for all forms of personal injury compensation claims. If you have been injured due to the negligence of someone else, then you could be entitled to make claim for compensation.

If your injury is the fault of someone else, then you could be entitled to a compensation payout to help with any financial losses you have incurred because of your injury e.g. loss of earnings, treatment and rehabilitation costs, travel costs etc… You may also be entitled to claim compensation for the pain and suffering you have incurred because of their negligence.

No Win No Fee arrangements mean that everyone can make an injury compensation claim if they are entitled to do so without worrying about any financial losses.

We currently deal with the following accident injury claims on a No Win No Fee basis:

Road traffic accident claims

If you suffer an injury following a car accident that wasn’t your fault, then you could be entitled to make a claim. This applies whether you were the driver of the vehicle, a passenger, a pedestrian or a cyclist. No Win No Fee road traffic accident claims >>>

Accident at work claims

Injuries at work are quite common, and can often be serious injuries that can lead to the sufferer being unable to work for a long period of time. If you have been injured at work due to the negligence of another party (whether that’s a person or the company) then you could be entitled to make a No Win No Fee compensation claim. No Win No Fee accident at work claims >>>

Medical negligence claims

If you are injured, of suffer if a pre-existing condition is worsened, after medical treatment then you could be entitled to make a medical negligence claim. This could be due to a delay in diagnosis or a misdiagnosis, as well as other acts of negligence such as prescribing the wrong medication or making errors while carrying out treatment or surgery. No Win No Fee medical negligence claims >>>

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Contact our expert personal injury solicitors today

Call now: 0151 225 0197

Contact our expert personal injury solicitors today