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What Does No Win, No Fee Mean?

At Godloves Solicitors people regularly ask how the No Win, No Fee system works. To help out, we've put together a short guide on how it works but if you have any questions then feel free to contact one of our highly trained legal team on 0800 0193 710.

What is No Win, No Fee?

A No Win, No Fee arrangement is put in place so that if your personal injury claim isn't successful then you won't have to pay your solicitor or the other side any costs. This is able to happen due to the insurance cover taken out by Godloves Solicitors and it basically means you won't have to pay any fees at all.

No Win, No Fee means that people aren't put off by the thought of large legal bills.

No Win, No Fee means just that - if you don't win, you have nothing to pay.

How Do You Get My Compensation?

At Godloves Solicitors our aim is that for every case we take on that we always do our utmost to get the maximum compensation you are entitled to for any injuries sustained. This can include loss of wages or any other expenses incurred.

So, if you've been involved in any kind of accident that wasn't your fault and you've sustained some form of injury then Godloves Solicitors can get you the maximum compensation you are entitled to.

Maximum Compensation. That's right!


Godloves is an approved network partner of the Quittance Personal Injury Solicitor Panel

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