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How does No Win No Fee work?
If you have been injured in an accident or suffered as a result of a mistake by your doctor, dentist or a medical professional then you may be able to make a no win, no fee claim for compensation with Mercury Legal
- Do not have to pay any upfront fees
- There are no hidden costs to worry about
- And you do not have to pay anything even if your case is unsuccessful through no fault of your own.
No win no fee agreements, or conditional fee agreements to give them their correct name are designed to ensure that everyone can have access to justice regardless of their financial circumstances.
If you do not win your case you do not have to pay a penny and your solicitor does not recover any of their costs so we have a vested interest in making sure that you get the compensation you’re entitled to.
If you win your case we’ll recover the majority of our fees and costs from the other side or their insurance company. As a result of legislation introduced in 2013 you may be asked to pay a contribution to your legal costs. But this is only if you win your case and your solicitors guarantee they will never take more than a maximum of 25% of your award towards their fees.
Find out more about how you can make a no win, no fee claim for compensation, call us today or ask for a call back today.
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