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Our funding arrangements can avoid the need for private paying retainers that can cost thousands of pounds.

For eligible Competition Claims, we are happy to offer No Win, No Fee representation.

How it works

If we are confident that we can win your claim, we can offer you a No Win, No Fee agreement. The basis of the agreement is that, subject to our reasonable terms and conditions, we can write off our legal fees if the case does not win.

We can offer No Win, No Fee agreements to both individual claimants and to businesses claiming as well.

This way of working allows you the chance to obtain justice as a victim of anti-competitive behaviour without the worry of having to pay huge legal fees for nothing in return. It avoids the need to have to instruct a law firm on a private paying basis where you normally pay either way - even if the case loses - which can land you with a legal bill costing thousands of pounds with no compensation for you.

We have been offering people No Win, No Fee agreements for years, and we stick to our promises. Unfortunately, we can't win them all, and sometimes it can come down to a simple interpretation of the law, or to a Judge's opinion on the day of a hearing. For people we have acted for in the past when things haven't gone the way we wanted, we have written off our legal fees so they're not burdened with having to pay for them.

Why we do this

Why we do this is simple - we firmly believe that everyone should be entitled to access justice when they need it.

At the end of the day, we know you'd rather not have to start a legal case in the first place. Things would be much easier if this had never happened at all! But if it has happened, you have rights that are enshrined in law - and we don't think it's fair that you should have to pay to find out if you can use those rights to access financial compensation that you are legally entitled to.

The victims are not at fault - no one deserves to be put at financial risk for access to justice. So to make sure you have a fair shot at a chance of compensation that you could be legally owed, we offer Genuine No Win, No Fee agreements for eligible Competition Compensation Claims.

DON’T WORRY - we do risk assess claims first to make sure they are suitable. Offering No Win, No Fee representation is, of course, a risk to us, because we genuinely lose money if we don't win claims. But it's a considered risk. That doesn't mean we only accept "easy claims" - it just means that we can use our expertise to know when we think we have a good enough chance at securing a successful outcome.

What's the catch?

Surely, there has to be a catch, right? Surely, we can't actually be risking thousands of pounds in losses when we write off legal fees for lost claims?

We're happy to tell you that there is definitely no catch whatsoever.

We know that people don't always trust other lawyers, but we really are a decent bunch of guys who do genuinely offer No Win, No Fee representation. We back our promises up in writing, and law firms are stringently regulated so you can rest assured that you are in safe hands.

At the end of the day, very few people would want to make a claim if there was a risk that they could end up having to pay thousands of pounds in legal fees for a lost case. We know this. So, if we didn't offer No Win, No Fee services, not only are the people being starved of their right to access the justice they deserve, but we would hardly be helping anyone at all!

That's the best way to think of it.

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