What does 'no win, no fee' actually mean?
If you’re considering making a personal injury claim, you may have come across the phrase ‘no win, no fee’. This means your lawyer will not charge you any legal costs if your claim for compensation isn’t successful.
You may have also heard ‘no win, no fee’ referred to as a ‘conditional fee arrangement’ or a ‘CFA’.
Potential claims are assessed by a lawyer and will only be taken forward if there is a strong likelihood of success. This is generally on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis. If your case is successful, your opponent may make a contribution towards your legal fees. The remaining legal costs will be taken from your compensation – this is capped at 25%.
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