conditional fee arrangement

#1 2009-04-17 07:24:16
Flori

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conditional fee arrangement

What is a conditional fee arrangement a legal help from solicitors to claim compensation?

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#2 2009-04-17 21:20:24
Sharaton

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In the case of most medical or criminal cases you will not have the option of the "100% compensation" guarantee you get with other claim types. This is because the compensation is paid by public and government funded organisations who do not pay your legal fees should your claim be successful. In such cases the solicitor will draw up a conditional fee arrangement which details just how much you will have to pay the solicitor should they win your case. Such agreements are normally a percentage of your compensation ranging from 10% to 30% depending on the level of compensation the solicitor expects to obtain for you. They are also generally accompanied by a no win, no fee arrangement. You can normally make claim applications for criminal/uninsured driver compensation on your own without the need for a solicitor but it is always advisable to speak to one to get a feel for whether you might be better off with their services.

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#3 2009-05-06 07:28:34
Clementy

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In most cases the solicitors agrees not to charge a fee unless the case is successful. If the claim is successful in most cases the costs will be paid by the insurance company of the party who caused your accident.  The solicitors will explain to you how this works. The lawyers will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

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#4 2017-02-08 05:29:39
Gracye

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Well, I have seen it, and as a far as documentaries by people that aren’t Mormon it is pretty good.  They try to give both sides as views of Mormons so if you look who they interview some people they interview are exonemucicatmd members.  I totally understand them using clergy from???? other churches, but excommunicated members have some what of an axe to grind for obvious reasons.  All in all though compared to the past, it isn’t all that bad.  Anything in particular of interest?

#5 2017-02-08 07:26:07
Artrell

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#6 2017-02-08 08:59:08
Jacki

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Got it! Thanks a lot again for heplnig me out!

#7 2017-05-29 13:07:04
Alice Dsouza

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No-win no-fee is a better way to proceed. Usually, a solicitor charges a small percentage of total compensation. But one can speak with his solicitor and fix the matter before handing the case over to them.

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