In this article, we will explain what a No Win No Fee Agreement is and what questions you need to ask your solicitor before you sign one.
What Is No Win No Fee
LawCat Definition: No Win No Fee (Proper legal name: Conditional Fee Agreement or Contingency Fee Agreement depending on which you use) is very straight forward. It means that if your claim is unsuccessful, you will not have to pay any legal costs.
This does not mean that you will pay nothing!
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Katie Marie is a horror enthusiast and writer from Norfolk, England.
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Katie started writing while studying at Aberystwyth University in the early 2000’s and several years later she has received a Masters Degree and published many short stories, a novel and novella.
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