Sunday, 7 March 2010

Counter Claim Confusion

Counter claims are a useful tactic for putting pressure on a Claimant if nothing else but remember under the ERA that you can only add a counter claim as a Respondent if the Claim is for a contractual breach.

3 comments:

Mark said...

Hi Charles, I am new on the concept counter claims. I knew about no win no fee lawyer. Nowadays, you can find quite a few lawyers offering their services to those who want to file personal injury compensation claim. But, it is significant to mention that you can find different types of lawyers and all of them work differently to ensure that you get maximum compensation. One of the most popular types of lawyers is no win no fee lawyer. These are the lawyers who only take their money when you win a case. Although it a good idea to go with these lawyers but many people don’t think the same. In case you are also one of those persons who thing a 'no win no fee' lawyer is not an apt choice, you should check following points to see what you'll miss by opting for other lawyers.

Asha Kent said...

A personal injury claim can be also be claim under a no win no fee policy. This policy can help claimants who are afraid that in pursuing a claim, it'll cost them much. No win no fee simply means, win or lose, you won't have to pay for the solicitor's fee.

Kato Simpson said...

In my opinion while the term 'no win no fee' is now commonly recognised, most people still do not know precisely what it means, and how it affects personal injury claims.

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