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In many cases, Croftons Solicitors will be able to handle your claim on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis.

What this means is that you will not have to pay us unless your claim is successful, alleviating any financial worries you may have about making a claim.

It also means that we believe there is a strong chance your claim will result in you receiving compensation, because as ‘no win, no fee’ lawyers it is not in our interest to take on cases we do not believe will succeed.

 

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012

As of April 2013, the way in which compensation is awarded to victims changed, as well as how solicitors are paid for their services.

Previously, successful claimants kept 100% of their compensation, with any costs owed to their legal team being paid by the losing side.

The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 has changed the system, and now solicitors can receive up to 25% of the compensation their client is awarded. The losing side no longer has to pay the victim’s legal fees.

Compensation has been increased by 10% in an attempt to balance this out and ensure victims are still adequately compensated.

Claim with Croftons Solicitors

Croftons Solicitors are committed to securing you the maximum compensation possible for your personal injury claim on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis, and we will make sure you are kept fully aware of the possible costs involved should your claim succeed.

 

We can assist with many different personal injury claims, including road accidents, injuries at work, and industrial diseases. Our aim is to help you achieve compensation not just for the distress caused but also for any medical costs or lost earnings.

 

To discuss your claim further and enquire about our ‘no win, no fee’ policy, fill out our contact form or call us free on 0800 2800 094.

 

Starting your claim is easy, simply fill in the form above.


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