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No Win No Fee Solicitors – When Should You Use Them?

Of the many different legal arrangements available today, one of the most popular one is the No Win No Fee or Conditional fee setup. This arrangement enables the claimant to eliminate the risk of losing significant amounts of money in the event of a lost court case.

Evidence Needed For a Personal Injury Case

When working a personal injury case, injury lawyers will need certain evidence to aid in the success of the case. The most successful personal injury cases have extensive documentation of the accident, the outcome, related medical bills and other damages.

No Win No Fee – Pros and Cons

A contingent fee agreement also known as a no win no fee agreement involves an arrangement where the client will only pay their legal fees when they win the case and won’t have to pay their solicitors if they lose. In some cases extra fees have to be paid if they are arranged by the solicitor such as court fees or expert fees that were arranged beforehand. Here are the pros and cons of getting into a No Win No Fee arrangement.

Auto Accidents and Traumatic Brain Injury

Auto accidents account for 20% of the traumatic brain injuries in the United States. This article describes TBI’s, how they can occur via auto accidents, and what you should do if you suffer a TBI as a result of an auto accident.

How To Cross-Examine An Expert Witness

Expert witnesses are asked to testify everyday about an issue that needs the expert’s expertise. And someone will usually have to cross-examine the expert. The cross-examination may be during a trial or other various investigations out of court. Most of the time the one with the responsibility to cross-examine the expert will not be an expert in the matter at issue. Provided certain steps are taken before the cross-examination, the non-expert can perform an effective cross-examination to support his position.

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