Tuesday, 7 July 2009

Gov May Clamp Down on No Win No Fee in Employment Cases

Have a look at this paper!

http://www.justice.gov.uk/news/newsrelease010709b.htm

1 comment:

claimshelps said...

It all in the paperwork, some refer to it as the 'small print'. When a client wins, the fees are received from the 3rd party, who you are claiming against. But there are conditional clauses where you might even have to pay for their fees additionally if they are not recovered. Solicitors don't work for free

http://www.claimshelpline.com