We offer “No Win No Fee” arrangements in a wide range of Personal Injury and Medical Negligence claims, which will provide you with peace of mind as it is a guarantee that you will pay nothing during the case and nothing at all if the case is lost.
If it is needed, we will arrange insurance for protection against the risks of having to pay the other side’s legal costs and, using a “Conditional Fee Agreement”, we will agree to make no charge if the claim is lost.
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For more information about “No Win No Fee” and Conditional Fee Agreements please contact us for a copy of our 'Guide to Fees' or phone to speak to one of our Personal Injury lawyers for free impartial advice.
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Charities we support
Compensation claim against the MoD following Kabul helicopter crash
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Fieldfisher supports Matt Briggs' call for changes to cycling laws
Following the verdict in the high-profile Alliston cycling trial at the Old Bailey in August 2017, Keith Barrett helped client Matt Briggs to launch a campaign to have outdated cycling laws brought
Fieldfisher hosts successful conference for practitioners working with people suffering catastrophic neurological injury