No Win, No Fee Personal Injury Claims Solicitors
If you have been involved in an accident that was not your fault, it is important to seek help from a solicitor who can advise on whether you are eligible to claim compensation. At JMW Solicitors, we put the needs of our clients before anything else, working diligently and efficiently to secure the outcome you deserve.
Our personal injury solicitors operate on a no win, no fee basis, which means you will not face any financial implications if your case is not successful. We explain more about what this means for you below.
How Does a No Win, No Fee Claim Work?
By selecting JMW Solicitors to handle your personal injury claim, you will be working with the best legal specialists in the field. Your dedicated solicitor will assess all of the prospects of your case, while reviewing your details and options. We will discuss all funding options with you, before deciding if you are best supported with a no win, no fee agreement or not.
During your initial consultation with us, you should provide accurate and detailed information about your claim. This could include showing medical records, documents and evidence to support your personal injury claim and strengthen your case.
In the event that your solicitor has suggested a no win, no fee agreement, there will be no financial risk to you if your case is not successful. Once the case has concluded, you will only be expected to pay a contribution to your solicitor’s fees if your personal injury claim has been successful, which will come from the compensation you are awarded.
These costs are usually calculated as a percentage of the compensation that you are awarded. We will discuss this with you before the legal proceedings start.
Do I Have to Pay Any Upfront Costs?
You may be asked to cover the cost of a medical report, court fees or other expenses that are necessary to proceed with your case by some solicitors. However, this is something that you can discuss with your solicitor before the proceedings start. At JMW Solicitors, our personal injury solicitors cover those expenses by taking out an insurance policy, so you do not have to worry about paying upfront.
What Happens if I Lose My No Win, No Fee Claim?
In the event that your personal injury claim is unsuccessful, you do not have to pay your solicitor fees. This is because an insurance policy will have been taken out by your solicitor at the start of your claim, which covers other expenses such as obtaining medical records, medical experts fees and court fees.
Is No Win, No Fee Representation Available With All Solicitors?
While many solicitors offer no win, no fee legal representation, the percentage that they will charge on successful cases will differ. In some cases, you may find that your personal injury claim is rejected, with other defendants accepting liability for your accident.
You can switch from your current solicitor to JMW Solicitors for your personal injury claim. To find out more about why you should switch, click here.
Talk to Us
Speak to the personal injury solicitors at JMW today to discuss making a no win, no fee compensation claim. We can help you every step of the way throughout the legal process. Find out more about the personal injury claims process by visiting our Lifecycle of a Claim page.
We cover all aspects of personal injury. For more information about the individual areas and how we can help with these particular types of claim, please see the list below:
- Accidents abroad
- Accidents at work
- Animal injuries
- Bar and nightclub accidents
- Boat accidents
- Broken bones and fractures
- Burns and scalds
- Care home accidents
- Child injuries
- Chronic pain diseases
- Falling down stairs
- Criminal injury and abuse
- Cycling accidents
- Eye injuries
- Glass lacerations
- Go-karting accidents
- Group actions
- Head injuries
- Industrial disease
- Leisure centre and gym injuries
- Manhole cover accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Product liability
- Road traffic accidents
- Serious injuries
- Shop accidents
- Slips and trips
- Spinal injuries
- Sport injuries
- Winter accidents