No Win, No Fee

No Win, No Fee Accident Claims

No win, no fee motorbike accident claims are no different from other types of no win, no fee accident claims. If your claim is unsuccessful, you do not have to pay a penny; if you do win the compensation you are entitled to, at Motorcycle Injury Lawyers, our legal fees are capped at 25% of the amount you receive.

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What Is No Win, No Fee?

No win, no fee claims were made accessible by the government almost 20 years ago. They involve what is called a Conditional Fee Arrangement.

The fee structure provides people who do not have the means to afford a solicitor the ability to make a claim more readily.

Starting Your Accident Claim

If you’ve been in a motorcycle accident that was not your fault, you will be able to make a personal injury claim on a *no win no fee basis. You will need to discuss your case in more detail with your chosen personal injury lawyers.

Once it has been ascertained that the accident was the fault of a third party then the compensation process will begin.

It is also worth reiterating that if your claim is successful then you will receive 100% of the compensation. This is paid for via the accountable party’s insurance company, as are your solicitors’ fees.

Making Your Motorbike Accident Claims With Us

No win, no fee motorbike accident claims are made up of various components. These include the pain and suffering of the victim and any future losses like loss of earnings from a job you are unable to do as a result of your injury. It also considers the amount of money you have had to spend on expenses e.g. travel to and from medical appointments.

Motorbike Injury Lawyers are specialists in dealing with no win, no fee motorbike claims and we are able to offer you an unrivalled service. This service combines experience, knowledge and understanding from every member of our team. Please call us about your claim today on 0800 808 9733.

This firm is not authorised under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 but we are able in certain circumstances to offer a limited range of investment services to clients because we are regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority of England and Wales. We can provide these investment services if they are an incidental part of the professional services we have been engaged to provide.