No Win, No Fee Solicitors Hampshire
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No Win, No Fee Solicitors Hampshire
Beacon Law main speciality is No Win, No Fee Solicitors, Hampshire. We offer a wide range of legal services to all our clients, specialising in No Win, No Fee personal compensation claims. We assist accident victims throughout the claims process for all types of personal injury claims.
We are a highly experienced team of personal injury solicitors and legal professionals who strive to achieve the best possible results for our clients.
Our team are proud to work for one of Hampshire’s leading personal injury law firms, and their dedication is apparent in their efforts to obtain the best possible results for our clients.
We recover large amounts of personal injury compensation every year, which helps ensure our clients get their lives back on track.
No Win, No fee Solicitors Hampshire: Our Services
The legal claims which we deal with on a no win, no fee basis include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Accidents at Work
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Animal Attacks
- Medical Negligence
- Professional Negligence Claims
- Criminal Injury Claims (CICA)
- Catastrophic Injuries
If you have been involved in an accident and were injured because of someone else’s negligence, it’s possible that you can make an accident claim for compensation. Get in touch today to find out if one of our personal injury lawyers can help.
Making A No Win No Fee Claim
Beacon Law No Win, No Fee Solicitors Hampshire, offer our services on a no win, no fee basis. A no win, no fee agreement is used as a way of funding a compensation case where the accident victim does not have the means to pay the costs involved as the case progresses.
If we believe that your case has a good chance of success, we will usually agree to proceed with your case under a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement. One of the most important features of a ‘No Win No Fee’ Agreement is that if you do not succeed in your claim, then you will not be charged any fees from this firm.
A Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA)is a required document that needs to be signed. This agreement states that you will not be charged if your case is successful.
The main benefit of making a no win, no fee claim for compensation is that the financial risks of litigation are reduced. In most cases, you will not be required to pay any legal fees if your claim is unsuccessful. If your claim is successful, we will deduct our fees from your compensation when your claim has been settled.
Our Fees if Your Claim is Successful
A Success fee is required if your claim is successful. This will be calculated as a percentage of your final compensation amount and will be deducted at the end of your case. If you win your case, you may also be required to pay a sum for legal expenses insurance.
Why Choose Beacon Law, No win, No Fee Solicitors, Hampshire?
Beacon Law are a leading firm of No Win, No Fee Solicitors, Hampshire offering a range of personal injury claim services to our clients. We provide a high level of service to all our clients and work hard to ensure they receive the appropriate treatment and highest level of compensation for their injuries.
We work closely with all clients, following their instructions whilst providing specialist legal advice on each case. We aim to support all our clients as we understand how difficult a claim can be, and provide the best case management possible throughout all legal proceedings.
If you require advice on a potential case or assistance, please contact our legal services on 0330 1332 857. Alternatively, please complete our online form, and a Personal Injury Solicitor will contact you to and give you expert advice with your potential case.
Beacon Law are a Solicitors registered in England and Wales with our registered office based in Manchester. We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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