No win no fee is the term used to describe how solicitors may be prepared take on a case where they pay the costs of the litigation. Solicitors who are prepared to accept an instruction on this basis may pay for the medical reports, stamp duty, experts fees and all other costs associated with the case. The solicitor will not charge unless a successful resolution is achieved. The successful resolution may come about by either a settlement outside of court or by appearing in front of a Judge in Court.
In some cases clients may not be in a position to fund the costs of litigation and therefore it is not uncommon for specialised personal injury firms to be willing to consider taking on a case on this basis depending on the specific circumstances involved and the merits of the case.
The Law Society has strict rules in place regarding advertising that prohibit any solicitor from advertising their services as no win no fee.
It is important that you clarify with your solicitor before instructing them if they operate on a no win no fee basis .If so this must be put in writing to you before you make a decision to retain/hire in a letter known as a Notice issued in accordance with Section 150 of Legal Service Regulation Act 2015 and encompassing Section 68 of Solicitors (Amendment ) Act, 1994.
This firm does not operate a policy of no win no fee. In certain cases and depending on the circumstances and merits of that case, the firm may be prepared to fund some or all of the outlays involved in litigation. Each case is judged on its own merits.