"no-win-no-fee" rules

#1 2009-09-02 06:56:57
Michael

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"no-win-no-fee" rules

When should I be informed in case of any additional costs which appeared while dealing with my case? Is there any risk that I will be given a bill if my lawyer don't win?

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#2 2009-09-14 13:41:22
ernestobritt

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Hi,

It's something like a written agreement between claimant andclaim solicitors in which solicitors agree to act on claimant behalf in making a claim for compensation.

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#3 2011-07-27 15:14:16
promptaccident

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Hi, your solicitor should have taken out insurance to cover themselves and you in the event of a bad day in court. In today's legal system this should come as standard. If there are additional costs outside of the normal proceedings I would be very wary and would get everything down in writing before you carry on claiming.

I hope everything works out for you.

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#4 2015-11-20 15:06:36
Julissa

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yea??? mate it must be a dead atomiser dnesot get warm at all what is the best way to get into contact with the supplier i emailed them yesterday and tracked the email it has been opened but there has been to reply. It is a shame really because the ecig is exactly what i was expecting looks great is a good weight good size just dnesot work lol.

#5 2016-07-09 10:57:33
Jennabel

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Geez, that's unlaeieveblb. Kudos and such.

#6 2016-09-13 17:57:39
DanielFeeron

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Unbelievable

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