No Win No Fee Claims with No Financial Risk to You
With a No Win No Fee agreement from Co-op Legal Services this means that all your legal fees are covered, win or lose.
For free legal advice call our No Win No Fee Personal Injury or Medical Negligence Solicitors on 0330 606 9587 or contact us online and we will help you.
We can provide No Win No Fee Agreements for a wide range of accident, personal injury and medical negligence compensation claim cases. Every year our Personal Injury Solicitors and Litigation Lawyers secure millions of pounds in compensation for people injured in accidents across the UK, and most claims are dealt with on a No Win No Fee basis.
No Win No Fee Claims Explained
A No Win No Fee Agreement is also called a Conditional Fee Agreement. This agreement details what happens if you win or lose your compensation claim case. Explained further, at Co-op Legal Services this means:
If your personal injury claim is not successful the Personal Injury Solicitor and legal specialists assigned to your case do not get paid for their work on your case.
If your personal injury claim is successful the other side (the person or party at fault) pay most of your legal costs including expenses for medical treatments, rehabilitation support and Court costs should your case go to Court; but most of our personal injury claims settle before going to Court.
If you win your case your Solicitors fees are paid for by the other side. If your claim is not successful you will not pay us a penny in legal costs. In addition, you will not need to pay for any insurance policy to cover the legal costs of the other persons’ insurance company either, as we will cover these costs for you.
As part of the Co-op Group our values of openness, honesty, social responsibility and caring for others are core to the service we provide, and our customers consistently rate the quality of our legal advice and services at 4.4 out of 5 stars. See client testimonials for our Personal Injury Solicitors.
No Win No Fee Advantages
A No Win No Agreement allows the Personal Injury Solicitor and his/her legal team to proceed with your case with no up-front costs to be paid. This offers peace of mind and allows you to focus on recovering from your injuries.
In many personal injury cases when we inform the other side that The Claimant (that’s you) has signed a No Win No Agreement with Co-op Legal Services, this often leads to a quicker compensation settlement because they will not want to spend money taking the case to Court.
Can I Claim on a No Win No Fee Basis?
We will tell you if we can offer you a No Win No Fee Agreement after a personal injury or medical negligence expert has assessed your case. We will review your injury claim at no cost to you and provide you with free legal advice based on your particular circumstances.
What is a No Win No Fee Solicitor / Lawyer?
A No Win No Fee Solicitor or Lawyer is a Solicitor or Lawyer that can provide a No Win No Agreement, which is also called a Conditional Fee Agreement.
For free legal advice call our No Win No Fee Personal Injury or Medical Negligence Solicitors on 0330 606 9587 or contact us online and we will call you.
As part of the largest Co-operative organisation in the UK, Co-op Legal Services works to ensure that our clients receive the best legal advice and support services available from our teams of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Solicitors, Legal Executives and staff.
APIL Members: Several of our Personal Injury Solicitors are members of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers.
At Co-op Legal Services our Personal Injury Solicitors and Clinical Negligence Lawyers believe that:
Everyone should have access to expert legal advice and support when they have suffered a personal injury in an accident that was someone else’s fault.
Everyone should receive compensation which is a fair reflection of their injuries and the effect those injuries have had on their life.
Everyone injured in an accident that was not their fault should receive rehabilitation support.
Co-op Legal Services has offices in Manchester, Bristol and London.