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No Win No Fee Services

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No Win No Fee legal services means you will only be charged our legal fee if the case is won.

We believe that no injured person should be denied access to justice because of their financial situation. The No Win No Fee guarantee Shine Lawyers has put in place is part of our promise to you and is available on a range of legal services.

Our lawyers are experts in running compensation claims and can advise you of your rights and avenues you can pursue under law.

What claims are covered by our No Win No Fee lawyers?

Most of Shine Lawyers’ legal services are eligible for No Win No Fee representation, including:

How are fees calculated?

Fees are calculated before settlement and include the cost of professional services, general expenses and in some cases, disbursements.

Our professional fees cover the time required for your lawyer and legal team to work on your case. Disbursements are external expenses such as medical reports and court fees. General expenses cover phone calls, faxes, photocopies, postage etc.

The whole process is very transparent and we are happy to explain the costs associated with our services and exactly what No Win No Fee will mean to you.

How much compensation can I claim?

How much you can claim depends on your injuries, age, loss of earnings, care required (both now and in the future), out-of-pocket expenses and possible future expenses such as surgery.

Contact us to arrange an obligation-free consultation to assess your case confidentially.

What is the process for bringing a compensation claim?

Each compensation claim is as unique as the individual bringing it. At Shine Lawyers, we tailor our legal services to fit each client's case, so the legal process is always different. However, the below video provides a general outline of the process for bringing a compensation claim.

 

More information about Shine Lawyers

Shine Lawyers have locations all across Australia. We believe your location shouldn’t be a barrier when it comes to using a No Win No Fee lawyer; as part of our service offering we can meet you at your home or even at hospital if you are too sick or injured to come into our office.

We’re an Australian company with local branches and local people. Shine Lawyers has been operating in Australia since 1976 where it all started in Toowoomba.

Shine Lawyers have expert No Win No Fee lawyers that can help you determine your rights and bring forward a claim on your behalf.

Why choose Shine
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Our offer to you

  • Obligation-free consultation to assess your case confidentially

  • Claim assessment process where we will explain all of the options available to you

  • We can come to you - if you can't make it into the office we're more than happy to come to you

  • No Win No Fee arrangement

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