No win no fee compensation in the UK following a non-fault accident

The introduction of no win, no fee arrangements in the UK, has enabled hundreds of thousands of people each year to make compensation claims, without having to finance their claims themselves.

The no win, no fee compensation system enables UK solicitors to claim their legal fees from the other side’s insurance company, if their client’s claim is successful. If the claim is unsuccessful, the solicitor writes these fees off.

However, in addition to your legal fees, there will also be costs associated with your case, such as medical reports, or witness statements. These can be reclaimed from the other side’s insurance company if you win your case. If you lose your claim these costs, together with the other sides legal fees and costs, are your responsibility.
At Wheels At Once you are protected from these costs and legal fees too.
Our no-risk, no win, no fee service
At Wheels At Once, win or lose, you will not have to pay your legal fees or costs, or the other party’s. All these costs are covered by an insurance policy (which will be taken out on your behalf, without any cost to you), if they are not recovered in full from the other side’s insurance company. See No win, no fee for more information.

Win or lose you have nothing to risk with making a compensation claim with Wheels At Once. You keep 100% of your compensation, guaranteed

Free legal advice, 24 hours a day
If you are resident in the UK and you want to find out more about making a no win, no fee compensation claim call our claim team on 0800 78 38 846, or click here to contact us online and we’ll call you back.



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*Where replacement vehicle costs can be recovered from the insurance company of the person who caused the accident. Where this person is untraceable or uninsured, or where there is a dispute over liability, a replacement vehicle cannot be provided.