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What does No Win No Fee actually mean? 

 

What does No Win No Fee actually mean?  

“No Win No Fee” is probably something you hear often on brash television and radio adverts, but what does it actually mean?  

Anyone can say the words “no win no fee” but none of that means anything unless it is backed up with the small print. 

At Bonnar Accident Law, we offer a true “No Win, No Fee” policy, which means we will not charge you a single penny unless we win your case.  

This means that you don’t need to worry – we will only be paid if we win your case for you.  


 But do I need to pay for the fees of the case in the mean-time?  

No you do not. While your case is ongoing, Bonnar Accident Law will cover the fees of your case, whether that means hiring a non-partisan and unbiased medical professional, or covering court fees, we will pay for this from our own accounts while the case is going on, and you needn’t worry about anything, because we won’t charge you a penny unless we win for you.  

 

Our No Win No Fee solicitors will only take on cases we are confident we will win, and our track record speaks for itself. 

 

If we win, you’ll be charged a fee which will have been pre-arranged with you – no surprises or hidden extra costs. The details of our prearranged fee will, of course, vary from case to case and you can be rest assured that everything will be explained to you fully right from the start.  


Make a free enquiry 

If you have been injured in an accident, please do not delay. Call us free now on 0800 163 978 or complete a Free Online Claim Enquiry and we will soon be in touch. 

Five Top Tips on How to Deal with Persistent Cold Callers

 

 

 

Five Top Tips on How to Deal with Persistent Cold Callers

If you’re sick of nuisance cold-callers disrupting your time, below are five top tips to help you get rid of them.

At Bonnar Accident Law, we never cold call, but unfortunately there are many others who aren’t so concerned or respectful of people’s privacy.

Cold callers are usually sales-people who have been trained to pressure you into buying their product or services.

Often, these types of cold-calling companies will have found your phone number through online forms you may have filled out. Remember to be vigilant when filling in forms online and stop to think if you’re comfortable sharing your details on a particular site.

Here are our top tips to getting get of cold callers.

  1. Take your number down, permanently. You can do this by registering with Telephone Preference Service (TPS) after which point it will be illegal for any company or business to call you without your permission. If calls persist after you register with TPS, companies will likely have your phone number from previous calls to you. Simply and firmly inform them that you are protected by the TPS and you do not wish to receive any more phone calls from them.
  2. Report unsolicited calls. If you continue to receive unsolicited calls, report the company calling to TPS on 0345 070 0707 or the Information Commissioner’s Office on 0303 123 1115.
  3. Be firm and clear. If you end up having to speak to cold caller, be firm and clear in telling them that you will report them. Ask for the company name, write down the number and time of the call and report them immediately.
  4. Block unwanted numbers. Your mobile phone should have the ability to block any unwanted numbers. If you receive a cold call from a new number, simply block it on your phone.
  5. Be careful with online forms. Take a moment to think whether you really wish to share your details with certain sites.

If you’ve been involved in an accident, speak to one of our friendly and expert solicitors today.