'No win, no fee' agreements (or Conditional Fee Agreements), were introduced by the government in 2000 for personal injury compensation claims after abolishing legal aid for most injury cases. The purpose was to give more people access to justice following an accident that wasn’t their fault. It has been a very successful strategy, with many people making compensation claims, as innocent victims of accidents, who otherwise may not have been able to claim under the old rules.
The cost of bringing a claim concerns most people. However, 'no win, no fee' agreements resolve any such concerns, as they set out the arrangement between you and Shires Law - ensuring that, should you lose, you will not be charged a penny.
One of our specialist lawyers will advise you, without obligation, whether your claim can be dealt with on a 'no win, no fee' basis.
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