No Win, No Fee Solicitors: Our Nationwide Service
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No Win No Fee Solicitors
Beacon Law specialise in providing no win, no fee personal injury claims, nationwide. We offer a wide range of services to all clients, and guide each and every client throughout the claims process.
We strive every day to ensure we achieve the best possible results for our clients.
Our staff are proud to work for one of the nation’s leading firms of no win, no fee solicitors, and their motivation is apparent in the efforts to obtain the best possible outcomes for our clients.
We ensure that our clients get their lives back on track , as we recover considerable amounts of personal injury compensation each year.
No Win, No Fee Solicitors: Our Services
We believe that you should recover the compensation you deserve following an accident. This is why we deal with many different types of legal matters, and provide these on a no win, no fee basis. These include, but are not limited to:
If you were involved in an accident and sustained an injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may be a able to make a claim for compensation. Get in contact today to find out how we can help.
Making a No Win, No Fee Claim
Beacon Law offer services on a no win, no fee basis. A no win, no fee agreement is used as a method of funding a compensation case, where the accident victim is not required to pay upfront for our services if they wish to make a claim for personal injury.
If we believe your case has a good chance of success, we will usually agree to proceed with your case offering a ‘no win, no fee’ agreement. One important feature of this agreement is that if your claim is not successful, you will not be required to pay our firm’s fees.
When starting your claim with us, you will be required to sign a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) which states that you agree to pay our fees, but only on the condition that your claim is successful.
The main advantage of a ‘no win, no fee’ clam for compensation is that the financial risks of legal action are decreased. In most cases, you will not have to pay any legal fees, if your claim is unsuccessful. If your claim is successful, we will deduct a percentage of your compensation as a success fee for any work we have completed, when your claim has been settled.
You should be aware that there are strict time limits on making a personal injury claims and most claims will be required to be lodged at Court within three years from the date of the accident.
No Win, No Fee Solicitors: The Benefits
Most Claimants will choose to use this type of funding option so that they do not have to pay any legal fees upfront. They may also be worried about being left out of pocket if their compensation claim is unsuccessful. When making this type of claim, you will have peace of mind in knowing that you will not be required to pay any legal costs if your claim is unsuccessful.
Our Fees if Your Claim is Successful
If your claim is successful, a success fee will be put in place. This will be calculated as a percentage of your final compensation amount and will be deducted at the end of your case. If you succeed in winning your case, you may also have to pay a sum for legal expenses insurance, also known as an ATE insurance premium.
What is Legal Expenses Insurance?
Costs and fees will always be part of the litigation process. The main costs incurred include Court fees, Expert Witness fees, and the costs of obtaining medical records. Even if you lose and don’t have to pay our fees, you may be required to pay for your opponent’s costs and expenses. By taking out a legal expenses insurance policy, this will ensure you are not held personally liable for these costs.
There are different types of Legal Expenses Insurance. These types are Before the Event (BTE) Insurance and After the Event (ATE) Insurance. After the Event Insurance may be needed to cover your claim if it was unsuccessful.
After the Event Insurance costs are only required to be paid if your claim is successful; however, if your claim is unsuccessful, this fee will not be payable.
Circumstances when You may be Required to Pay Our Fees
It is quite uncommon, but there are some circumstances where you may be required to pay for our fees and costs as well as the Defendant’s fees and costs. For example:
· If you wish to end the ‘No Win, No fee’ Agreement before settlement of your case, you will have to pay our basic costs, unless you wait to see the outcome of your claim.
· Failure to co-operate with us or to provide us with instructions, meaning you would be in breach of the ‘no win, no fee’ Agreement.
· If you are found to be dishonest at any stage of the process of the claim. This can involve providing false untrue information about the claim, exaggerating injuries, proving inaccurate information about the details of the accident, or failing to mention to us about any previous accident or injuries, or previous accident claim
· You may also be responsible for paying our fees back, even if your claim was a success. This may happen if the opponent cannot pay all of their costs back.
Why Choose Beacon Law, No Win, No fee Solicitors?
Beacon Law are a leading firm of no win, no fee Solicitors in England and Wales, offering a range of personal injury claim services and personal injury lawyers for our clients. Our law firm works hard to provide a high level of service to all our clients, ensuring they receive the appropriate treatment and highest level of compensation for their injuries.
We listen and follow our client’s instructions, whilst providing specialist legal advice for each case. We care about our clients and aim to support them through this difficult time. Our main objective is to provide the best case management possible throughout all legal proceedings.
If you require any advice or assistance on a potential case, please get in touch on 0330 1332 857, or please fill in our online form, and a Personal Injury expert will contact you to talk to you about your potential case.
Beacon Law are a Solicitors registered in England and Wales. We are regulated and authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
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