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http://businessandlegal.ie/personal-injury-claims-in-ireland This presentation looks at 'no win no fee solicitors' in Ireland and explains why a solicitor would act on a no win no fee basis and the......

http://businessandlegal.ie/personal-injury-claims-in-ireland This presentation looks at 'no win no fee solicitors' in Ireland and explains why a solicitor would act on a no win no fee basis and the severe restriction on Irish solicitors advertising that they sometimes act on a no win no fee basis and why they would do it.

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  • 1. NO WIN NOFEESOLICITORSIN IRELANDWHAT DOES ‘NO WIN NO FEE SOLICITOR’MEAN?http://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 2. LITIGATIONPersonal Injuries CasesMedical Negligence CasesEmployment breachesOther litigation caseA ‘no win no fee’ solicitor will not be paid his legal fee if yourcase is unsuccessfulhttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 3. LEGAL COSTSHowever, if you do not win, you may be liable for not justyour own legal costs (expenses and outlays) but also all ofthe costs of the other partyIf you win, you will probably be awarded your all of yourcostsThen your solicitor is due his legal fee for work carried outThis is the essence of ‘no foal no fee’ litigationhttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 4. SOLICITORS(ADVERTISING)REGULATIONS 2002These regulations severely restrict solicitors advertising thefact that they carry out work in some cases on a ‘no win nofee’ basisNevertheless, many solicitors will act on this basisEspecially in accident claims, personal injury claims andmedical negligence claimshttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 5. ‘SECTION 68’ LETTERA solicitor is obliged to give you a ‘section 68’ letter prior toacting for youThis sets out either1. His legal fees or2. An estimate or3. The basis on which he will charge youhttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 6. NO WIN NO FEESOLICITORSWill assess your case prior to agreeing to act for youThere is no obligation on the solicitor to take on any caseSo she will make her best estimate of your chances ofsuccess prior to agreeing to act for youhttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 7. LEGAL CASES CAN BEEXPENSIVEMany legal actions can involve considerable expenseIf solicitors were not prepared to act on a no win no fee basismany people would not be able to vindicate their legal rightsEspecially in personal injury or medical negligence caseshttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie
  • 8. TERRY GORRY & CO.SOLICITORSAct on a no win no fee basis in some casesIf you are thinking about bringing a legal action we offer afree consultation to assess the strength of your case andadvise you on a no obligation basisCall now for your consultation:Tel: 086/8121797 orEmail: terry@businessandlegal.ieVisit: http://BusinessAndLegal.iehttp://BusinessAndLegal.ie