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Top Rated by FreeIndex UsersRanked 1st out of 112 UK Personal Injury Lawyers
Bonnar Accident Law were extremely professional, yet friendly whilst dealing with my case. They consistently kept me up to date throughout the process and I felt like my claim was in safe hands. I’d highly recommend them for anyone looking for no win no fee solicitors in Glasgow.
The only no win no fee solicitors in Scotland who I’d trust to manage my claim. Bonnar were professional and efficient, and worked tirelessly to ensure that I received the best possible financial settlement. Couldn’t recommend them more!.
I’d always been a little unsure about the whole ‘No Win No Fee’ lawyers thing, but after a bad accident at work I gave Bonnar a call and I haven’t looked back. They managed my claim with kindness and sensitivity. Anyone in Scotland needing to make a claim – I urge you to get in touch with them.
Bonnar Accident Law helped me claim when i was injured after an accident at work. I cannot thank them enough. From the very first phone call to the last they were friendly, courteous, didnt use too much jargon and very professional all the way. What helped a great deal was they way the kept me informed with the process. They helped with finding me local doctors and specialists for my injury as well. I would highly recommend Bonnar Accident Law.
I am posting this review as a token of my appreciation for the dedicated and efficient handling of my accident claim, the team at Bonar accident law were very informative and very thorough through out the whole time they were dealing with me, I cannot praise them enough for their sterling work.
We’ve collated some Frequently Asked Questions regarding No Win, No Fee claims. Here’s a quick summary:
- No win, no fee means less risk and higher level of compensation.
- You don’t have to pay any fees upfront.
- Most solicitors will ask you to sign a CFA or Conditional Fee Agreement.
- With a Conditional Fee Agreement, you may need to pay up to 30% of your compensation to your solicitor.