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Work with our No Win No Fee Solicitors after an accident that wasn't your fault or following a case of medical negligence. Our No Win No Fee claim agreement means the financial risk of making a claim is eliminated.

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What Is No Win No Fee?

A No Win No Fee claim is exactly as it sounds: It’s an agreement that states, in very clear terms, that your solicitor will only be paid for their services if the case is successful and compensation is awarded. If we lose your case, you’ll pay us nothing.

Our team will make it clear exactly how much of a percentage of the compensation they will take in exchange for their services when you get in touch, so you know the exact nature of the No Win No Fee arrangement from the get-go. 

Making a No Win No Fee claim means you eliminate all financial risk, so you can focus solely on recovering from your injury or the medical negligence you suffered.

How Does No Win No Fee Work?

A No Win No Fee claim is a great way for individuals to get legal representation for a case when they wouldn’t otherwise be able to pay legal fees. This type of agreement was first introduced in 1995 as a way to provide legal aid as quickly as possible to individuals suffering from personal injury or following medical negligence.

Today, No Win No Fee personal injury claims are an excellent way for you to pursue compensation without having to pay legal costs upfront. The fee you pay is capped by law and will only be charged when you receive compensation. It’s used to cover your lawyer’s legal fees.

Why Choose No Win No Fee Solicitors Co.

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Our expert team of No Win No Fee lawyers handle thousands of claims a year, so we’re perfectly placed to help you with your compensation claim – no matter the nature of it. We provide legal advice for a range of case types and can help you gather the evidence you need to prove your claim if you’ve been injured at work, on the road or in a public space. 

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We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days per week

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Our team of experts are ready and waiting to advise you in any way you need

No win, no fee

All solicitors work on a no win, no fee basis. 100% free, unless your claim is successful

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It only takes 60 seconds to begin your check for a potentially huge payout

No risk involved

There’s no risk in checking. It will not affect your credit score and it’s free
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What Types Of Cases Can Be Covered By No Win No Fee?

Personal injury cases are one of the most common types of No Win No Fee claims. These compensation claims are often caused by negligence and can happen anywhere from the workplace to driving along unfit roads. To succeed, we’ll need to prove that:

These criteria apply to all types of personal injury claims. The sorts of cases we cover include, but are not limited to:
  • Accident at work claims – there are many examples of accidents at work which you could potentially claim for if you’re hurt due to negligent behaviour by your employer. Claims for work accidents and injuries can potentially involve issues such as a lack of personal protective equipment (PPE), a failure on your employers’ part to conduct proper and regular risk assessments and maintenance checks, or a failure to provide adequate training.
  • Road traffic accident claims – such incidents can impact drivers, cyclists or pedestrians. They can be caused by failing to take proper care and attention on the road, carrying out dangerous manoeuvres, or driving under the influence. Provided you have sufficient evidence, it is possible to start a claim for different types of road traffic accidents with our No Win No Fee Solicitors.
  • Accidents in public spaces, like slips, trips and falls – not dissimilar to accidents at work, public liability claims relate to the duties owed by those in control of spaces open to the public. These duties involve keeping risks of harm to a minimum, so far as reasonably possible. One example may involve a supermarket cleaning up a box of dropped eggs. A failure to do so within a reasonable timeframe, or at least to secure the hazard, could see someone slip and fall and make a No Win No Fee compensation claim.
  • Medical negligence cases are also covered by No Win No Fee claim structures. These occur when a medical professional you are relying on for your care fails to treat you successfully due to negligence. These sorts of claims are often more nuanced than personal injury claims because you have to prove neglect on behalf of the medical professional and also prove that the neglect led to a worsening of or development of a new medical condition.


If you would like to speak with us about instructing our No Win No Fee solicitors, you can reach our team using the contact details included on this page. If you’ve seen all that you need to see, work with us today.
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Why use us?

Free Consultation

We offer a free consultation to anyone looking to make a claim

No win, no fee

If your case or cases have no financial payout to you, you don’t pay a single penny

Claim experts

We use solicitors who have handled thousands of claims

Potential Compensation Payouts From No Win No Fee Claims

If you have grounds to start a personal injury claim with the support of our No Win No Fee solicitors, then you may have questions about how much compensation may be awarded. Each claim is treated on a case-by-case basis and the final payouts can vary.

In the calculator below, we’ve put together compensation brackets based on the Judicial College Guidelines (the 2024 edition), to give you an idea of the potential compensation you’re entitled to. These brackets cover certain injuries that you may potentially claim for when seeking compensation.

The compensation brackets generated below are illustrative only, and whilst they may inform you of a rough ballpark figure for compensation, each compensation claim varies.

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What Evidence Do You Need To Prove Negligence?

To succeed in a claim, you need to prove three things: duty of care, breach of duty and damage. This is achieved with evidence. Let’s look at each one in more detail:

Duty of Care

Proving that a defendant owed you a duty of care is relatively straightforward. All employers owe their employees a duty of care to keep them safe from harm so far as reasonably possible.

Employers are bound by the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974. The Occupiers’ Liability Act 1957 ensures that public spaces are safe for visitors with a duty to reduce risks and hazards. Medical professionals are clearly bound by law to protect their patients. And all road users owe a duty of care under the Road Traffic Act 1988 and the Highway Code. These laws cover the majority of personal injury and medical negligence claims.

Breach of Duty

Proving a breach of this duty of care is often the hardest part. However, it can be achieved through evidence. 

For example, in an accident at work claim, it will be necessary to establish that your employer failed to provide adequate training to a colleague who caused you harm. This can be proven by obtaining training records from your employer. 

The types of evidence that can really help your case include:

  • Photographs of the scene or the cause of the accident
  • The contact information of any witnesses to the accident
  • Records from any accident report book

Damage/Injuries

This is often the easiest to prove. A simple look at your medical records will usually be enough to show that you suffered harm. The case is usually built by looking at the injuries and then working backwards to prove how those with a duty of care to you failed in their duty. It can also be proven by obtaining expert medical evidence as part of the claim.

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What Is Time Limit For Personal Injury Claims?

Personal injury claims, as well as medical negligence claims, have a set time in which the case can be made. This is contained in the Limitation Act 1980.

Here’s a breakdown of the rules:

  • You have 3 years from the date of the accident to issue court proceedings.
  • In some cases, the date of the accident may not be the best time limit to go by, such as in industrial disease cases involving asbestos-related illnesses, and in certain cases of medical negligence too. Instead, you could have 3 years from the date you obtained knowledge that the accident at least partially caused you harm.
  • In cases involving those under the age of 18, the time limit will be frozen until the injured person turns 18. They would then have 3 years from the date they turn 18 to make a claim. However, a litigation friend – who supports the protected person’s legal case – can make a claim on their behalf before this time.
  • If an injured person loses or lacks their mental capacity, the time limit is frozen until they regain their capacity to represent themselves and make decisions. Again, a litigation friend can be used during this time if it’s in the protected person’s best interest.
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Can No Win No Fee Solicitors Help Me Anywhere In The UK?

You might think we need to be located close to where you live in order for us to represent you. However, location is not an important factor when deciding whether to hire legal representation.

In our modern age, you can work with us no matter where you are, and we will answer any questions you have regarding your claim throughout the entire process.

Much of the work our solicitors carry out on your behalf can be done over the phone or via video chats. However, most lawyers are willing to arrange face-to-face meetings too, if you prefer.

Choose your region on the right to start your claim.

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How Much Do No Win No Fee Solicitors Take?

By law, No Win No Fee solicitors aren’t able to take more than 25% of the compensation you’re awarded. This deduction only applies to past losses too, so any ongoing payments you will receive for care and financial losses, for example, are not covered by the deduction. 

If you are awarded compensation, the agreed fees will be taken and the rest will be yours. If you aren’t, then you don’t pay a penny.

Before the claim begins, your solicitor will clearly state the chargeable rate so you know what you’ll pay from day one.

No Win No Fee Solicitors FAQs

Our most common questions about No Win No Fee solicitors are answered below:

In more straightforward cases, your claim could take just a few months. This is typical in claims where the defendant admits fault and is willing to pay compensation.

In more complicated cases, the total time from claim application to compensation being awarded could be longer.

When you work with us, we’ll keep you informed at each stage of the process so you know exactly where you’re up to. We’ll never leave you in the dark where your claim is concerned.

You can use our compensation calculator above to see estimates based on your injury type and severity. This will give you a general idea about how much you might receive.

There’s also very little use in comparing cases. Even if you suffered the exact same injury in the exact same way as somebody else, the chances are the effects of those injuries will be different for each person, so the compensation for that will look different too.

Speak to our experts today and we may be able to give you an estimate, but this will never be an accurate reflection of the compensation you could receive.

Every case is won or lost based on the strength of the evidence provided at that time. That means your particular claim will rest on the strength of your evidence too.

The best thing about working on a No Win No Fee basis, from your perspective at least, is that our lawyers are motivated to get results, because if they don’t win, they don’t get paid.

That means if your evidence is strong and we think you have a claim, we’ll take the case and fight passionately for the compensation you deserve.

Absolutely. There are never any hidden costs when you work with our No Win No Fee specialists. Everything is explained to you upfront, so you know exactly what the costs will be should your claim prove successful.

If you win the case, the agreed-upon fees will be deducted from your compensation amount, and then you’ll receive the rest.

Nothing. If it’s decided you aren’t entitled to any compensation, then you simply don’t win anything and we don’t charge you for the legal costs of representing your case.

There’s no catch. It might sound too good to be true to some, but the No Win No Fee structure was put in place specifically to offer legal aid to individuals suffering at the hands at somebody else’s negligence who couldn’t afford the upfront costs of setting up a legal case – not to mention find the time to fight the case when they should be focussing on recovering and getting back to good health.

No Win No Fee makes legal services more accessible to those who really need it, and the cost is taken from the compensation so you’re not out of pocket.

A No Win No Fee injury claim works exactly the same way in Scotland as described above, but the medical negligence claim system in Scotland is very different.

Rules in Wales are exactly the same as in England for No Win No Fee cases.

No win no fee claims are illegal in Northern Ireland. You can make claims for personal injuries and medical negligence as normal, but you will have to pay upfront for the cost of putting together a legal case against the defendant.