What does No Win No Fee* mean?
Our No Win No Fee model is simple.
We believe we can win your case. In fact, we are so confident that, if your case is unsuccessful, you won’t be charged for any of our legal fees.
No one should be denied justice due to legal fees. So, we charge no upfront fees, and we offer free consultations, meaning we fight for justice on behalf of our clients no matter what their financial situation.
This promise is at the core of many of our legal offerings, including personal compensation claims, class actions and will disputes.
Some of our No Win No Fee legal services include:
- Workers' Compensation Claims
- Class Actions
- Estate Litigation and Will Disputes
- Superannuation and Insurance Claims
- Medical Negligence Claims
- Public Liability Claims
- Motor Vehicle Accident Claims
- Travel and Transport Claims
- Abuse Law
- Total and Permanent Disability Claims
- Head Trauma Compensation Claims
- Dust Disease Compensation
- Flood Damage Insurance Claims
- Rejected Coronavirus Business Interruption Insurance Claims
How do I know if my case is No Win No Fee?
We do our best up-front to make sure you understand your legal case, including whether your case is on our No Win No Fee basis.
Before work on your case begins, we’ll prepare a Client Agreement which contains all the key information about the estimated fees and costs of your claim.
One of our lawyers will go through this document with you, as well as answer any questions you may have, in one of our free consultations.
If you’re not sure whether your potential claim is No Win No Fee, contact us — we’re happy to let you know if your case would qualify.
How much do No Win No Fee lawyers charge?
Because every client’s case is different, so are their legal fees.
Generally, the more work done on a case, the higher the total fee. This is based on either an hourly rate agreed between us and our client, or based on rates set by law.
In personal compensation claims, fees are never based on a percentage of the client’s total compensation. This is common in some overseas legal jurisdictions, like the United States for example, but is not allowed in Australia.
Questions about fees? Contact us
If you’d like to arrange a chat with one of our lawyers, we offer free, confidential consultations.
As one of the oldest and best No Win No Fee law firms in Australia, we are proud to have delivered justice for thousands of deserving Australians since 1976.