no-win, no-fee


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no-win, no-fee

adj [basis, arrangement, scheme] système selon lequel un avocat ne perçoit ses honoraires que si l'issue d'un procès est favorable à son clientno-win situation nimpasse f
We`re in a no-win situation → Nous sommes dans l'impasse.
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It now works with more than 6,600 garages nationwide on a no-win, no-fee basis.
Personal Injury Solicitors Bolton provides experience, expertise and a no-win, no-fee guarantee
e R3 members objected to the move arguing that a no-win, no-fee approach was often the only means for creditors to pursue rogue directors.
Offered as a one-stop shop, with every aspect of a claim taken care of - compensation, vehicle provision, medical services and professional advice, all on a no-win, no-fee basis.
The no-win, no-fee lawyers can then form an orderly queue while the church has a collection to cover the cost of the payouts.
The dip is being put down to a purge on spurious no-win, no-fee firms and fake-whiplash cowboys.
The probes come amid a change in the law last April around no-win, no-fee arrangements.
In addition, anyone claiming accident damages with the help of a no-win, no-fee lawyer now has to pay their lawyer's fee from their own funds if they win their case.
I did not pay, instead I looked up a solicitors' firm who specialises in this and they do it no-win, no-fee.
But a Law Society of England and Wales spokesman defended no-win, no-fee lawyers.
But the Law Society of England and Wales spokesperson defended no-win, no-fee lawyers.
Referral fees - which are incurred when a no-win, no-fee claim is passed between claims management firms, insurance companies and lawyers - have been blamed for the spiralling costs of motor insurance.