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No Win No Fee A Broad Overview Of Solicitors

If you live in Ireland or have suffered an accident while in Ireland, and you have been injured, it may be the right thing to do in seeking legal advice on how to make a Personal Injury claim from an experienced no win no fee personal injury solicitor. Not only does this provide you the best chance of fair compensation but it can also make your life a whole lot better.

Your Personal Injury solicitor of your choice can help with everything from handling a personal injury claim, making sense of paperwork and other administrative matters for the Injuries Board (PIAB), as well as helping you actually deal with your recovery from your injury and any effects on your day to day life.

Some types of legal matters, including personal injury claims, can be dealt with on a No Win No fee basis. No Win No Fee is when a solicitor is paid only if they win or if there is a settlement of the case. If the client does not get any compensation, then the Personal Injury solicitor does not get paid a fee and or expenses. This has two advantages in that your Personal Injury Solicitor believes enough in your personal injury claim to bet his fee and or expenses on you and it brings the law to people that may not have the financial clout to make a claim.

Most people are unable to afford hiring a Personal Injury Solicitor on the basis of their hourly rates. Most law practices handle most personal injury cases on the basis of a contingency fee arrangement. A contingency agreement is also know as a No Win No fee arrangement. What does this mean? It simply means that some potential clients who in the past could not afford to pursue certain personal injury claims may now be able to do so. No Win No Fee arrangements can prevent prohibitive upfront costs and allow for greater access to justice, particularly for some potential clients who cannot afford Personal Injury Solicitors.

What is a No win No fee agreement?

No Win No Fee agreements tie a personal injury solicitor’s fee to the outcome of a case. If the client wins the case, the client pays his or her personal injury solicitor a fee and expenses. If a client loses, the client does not pay at all and the personal injury solicitor accepts the risk of not being paid when taking a case on a No Win No Fee basis. In cases of no No Win No Fee agreement, then the client would pay the Personal Injury Solicitor’s bills and expenses on an ongoing basis, as the case is prosecuted.

Simply this means that you do not have to fear the cost of making a personal Injury claim when you need it. The “no win, no fee” agreement between a client and their Personal Injury Solicitor is a way the solicitor of your choice assures you that they will take very necessary step to win your case. After all they will not get paid until you and by extension they win! Choose Personal Injury Solicitors who tell you all the time that “You do not pay unless we WIN, “and that they stand by this day in and day out. This powerful label illustrates their full confidence in themselves and their ability to deliver results in your personal injury claim for compensation.

It is clear that a No Win No fee arrangement can be very good for potential Personal injury claims; but even though your personal injury solicitor may be thinking that you will win there remains a fair amount of work to be done to achieve the compensation that you deserve.

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Talk

Within your free referred solicitor’s consultation, they will quickly and with no charge to you, inform you of your legal position.

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Free

Your are free to use the information given to you under consultation in any manner you so wish.

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Information

You are free to call us at any time in respect to any clarification of any information that we post on this website.

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Limitations

Be aware of the Statutes of Limitations.