No Win No Fee Solicitors Sunderland
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No Win No Fee Solicitors, Sunderland
Beacon Law are a specialist, no win, no fee Solicitors, Sunderland. We specialise in providing no win, no fee personal injury compensation claims and offer a wide range of legal services to all clients. We assist each client throughout the claims process for all types of personal injury claim.
We are a highly experienced, skilled team who strive to achieve the best possible results for our clients every day.
Our staff are proud to work for one of Sunderland’s leading personal injury law firms, and their enthusiasm is apparent in their efforts to obtain the best possible results for our clients.
We enjoy helping our clients get their lives back on track as we retrieve the personal injury compensation they deserve for their injuries.
No Win No Fee Solicitors Sunderland: Our Services
The claims, cases and legal matters which we deal with on a No Win, No Fee basis include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Accident at Work Claims
- Professional Negligence
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Animal Attacks
- Slips, Trips and Falls
- Medical Negligence/ clinical negligence/ dental negligence
- Criminal Injury Claims (CICA)
- Catastrophic Injuries
If you have been involved in an accident sustained an injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may be able to make a personal injury claim for compensation. Get in touch today to find out how our injury Solicitors can help you.
Making A No Win No Fee Claim
Beacon Law, No Win, No Fee solicitors Sunderland, offer our services on a no win, no fee basis. A no win no fee agreement can be used to fund a compensation case where the accident victim does not wish to pay any upfront costs for their case.
If we believe that your case has a good chance of success, we will usually agree to proceed with your claim under a ‘No Win, No Fee’ Agreement. The main benefit of pursuing a claim under a ‘No Win No Fee’ Agreement is that you will not be liable to this firm for our fees if your case is not successful.
A Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA) is a required document that needs to be signed before starting your case under a ‘No Win, No Fee’ Agreement. This document states that you agree to pay our fees, but only if your claim is successful.
Our Fees if Your Claim Is Successful
The main benefit of no win no fee claims for compensation is that litigation’s financial risks are reduced. If your claim is successful, you will be required to pay our success fee. This will be calculated as a percentage of your final compensation amount and deducted at the end of your case. If you win your case, you may also be required to pay an additional sum for Legal Expenses Insurance.
What Is Legal Expenses Insurance?
Costs and fees will always be incurred throughout the litigation process. The main expenses incurred may include the costs of obtaining medical records, court fees, expert fees. Although you may not be required to pay our fees if you lose, you may be personally responsible for payment third party costs and expenses. Taking out a legal expenses insurance policy will ensure that you are not held personally liable for these costs.
There are two types of Legal Expenses Insurance; Before the Event (BTE) Insurance and After the Event (ATE) Insurance. After the Event Insurance may be required for many personal injury claims to cover the claim’s costs if it is unsuccessful.
You will only be required to pay ATE insurance costs if your claim is successful; if your claim is unsuccessful, this fee will be waived.
Circumstances When You May Be Required To Pay Our Fees
There is a very minimal chance of this happening, but there are some circumstances where you may be held responsible for our fees and costs or third party costs. For example:
- In the unlikely event that you should wish to end the ‘No Win, No Fee’ Agreement before the settlement of your case, you will have an obligation to pay our necessary costs unless you agree to wait for the outcome of your claim.
- If you are found to be dishonest at any point throughout the process of your claim. This can include providing any information regarding the claim you know to be untrue and can consist of exaggerating injuries, providing false or inaccurate information about the details of the accident, or failing to inform us of any data, such as previous accidents or injuries.
- You may also be responsible for some of our fees if you win. This situation may arise if we cannot recover all of our costs from the opponent. However, in the event of a successful outcome, we would hope you will recover most if not all of our costs from your opponent.
- If you fail to provide us with instructions within a specific time limit or fail to co-operate with us in any way, we will hold you to be in breach of the ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement.
Why Choose Beacon Law, No Win No Fee Solicitors Sunderland?
Beacon Law are a leading firm of no win no fee Solicitors Sunderland offering a range of personal injury claim services to our clients. We provide a high level of service to all our clients in the North East area and work hard to ensure they receive the right treatment and highest compensation level 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 throughout a time which is already tricky and give the best case management possible throughout all legal proceedings.
If you require advice on a potential case or assistance, please contact our personal injury lawyers on 0330 1332 857. Alternatively, please complete our online form. Our legal experts will contact you to discuss what legal services we offer for your potential case and help you with your compensation calculator.
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 (SRA).
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