Corrections and Clarifications of No-Win No-Fees

A life-changing accident is the last thing anyone wants, but with the new changes to personal injury law, things are about to get a lot tougher for victims. After a time of state-funded personal injury litigation, the government introduced conditional agreements (no-win, no-fee) in 1995 to shift the buck from the state, back to the claimant. But with a large chunk of a claimant’s damages going on lawyer’s fees, when the case was a success, victims were left undercompensated, and in some instances, unable to afford future care. 100% Compensation In 1999, Labour solved this […]