Funding your claim and No Win, No Fee
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How will a personal injury claim affect my benefits?
If you are claiming compensation for an injury and are on state benefits, you need to be aware of how compensation will affect your benefits entitlement.
Why do most injury solicitors charge 25% success fees?
Nearly all personal injury solicitors now take 25% of a claimant's compensation. Why is this and can you negotiate a lower success fee?
Can I get interim injury compensation payments?
If you suffer immediate financial hardship as a result of your injury, an interim payment might be paid in advance of your final compensation settlement.
No win no fee injury claims - is there a catch?
No win No Fee agreements are the norm for funding personal injury claims - but are they all the same or is it worth shopping around for the best deal?
How Does a No Win No Fee Injury Claim Work?
Making a No Win, No Fee claim is a very straightforward process. However there are a few things you need to know before you do.
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Will I have to pay tax on my injury compensation award?
There have been reports in the press that claimants must pay tax on
How much does it cost to make a personal injury claim?
If you want to make a compensation claim for a personal injury, what funding options are available to pay for the claim and which should you choose?
Quittance's online calculator reveals true cost of no win no fee compensation
Changes to personal injury law mean claimants can lose up to 40% of their compensation. This can leave claimants unable to pay for the treatment and care they need.
Quittance launch Fairer No Win, No Fee charter
Quittance Personal Injury announce a 'Fairer No Win, No Fee' charter.
Can I get legal aid in a personal injury compensation claim?
Legal aid is no longer available in the area of personal injury law, but No Win, No Fee agreements can reduce the financial risks of making a claim.
What is a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA)?
A 'Conditional Fee Agreement', or 'CFA', is the technical term for 'No Win, No
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What do I pay if I do not win my injury claim?
If your claim is unsuccessful and you do not receive compensation, you will not pay any legal fees.
Is there a penalty if I withdraw from an injury claim ?
How do personal injury solicitors get paid?
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Personal Injury Glossary
Find more information about key personal injury terms in the Personal Injury Glossary.