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What Does No Win No Fee Actually Mean?

Cooks Legal offer a genuine "No Win No Fee" service, which means that we will pursue your claim for no charge, the legal costs in successful cases being paid by the losing party (or their insurer) when we win the case. In cases where we lose, we will not charge for our involvement - that's how confident we are in our service! 100% of compensation awarded is passed on to our clients.

In addition, unlike Claims Management Companies, we are Specialist Personal Injury Solicitors approved by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. Also, we will not charge you for an expensive insurance policy which cannot be recovered in full from the losing party, so you really do keep 100% of any compensation that we recover for you.

We can offer you -

  • Free Initial Interview
  • No win No fee service
  • Home & Hospital Visits
  • Fast efficient and sympathetic advice
  • Expert handling of your claim

Simply complete the Free Legal Assessment Form and we will let you know if your claim is likely to succeed and how we can ensure that you are NOT one of the millions of people who miss out on their just entitlement to compensation.
Ask for our Free Legal Assessment.

 
Testimonials
Mrs A was a cook at a large hospital, she was injured when she tripped on a piece of vinyl flooring which had become raised. She suffered a soft tissue knee injury that brought forward pre-existing arthritis by 3 years and she was awarded £4,300.00 within 9 months of instructing Cooks.
"I was kept informed at every step by my Solicitor. A First Class service."
Mrs A of Coventry

See how much your claim could be worth.

Examples of Compensation Awards for Injury Claims*
Serious Back Injury
£30,000
Wrist Injury
£3,000
Serious Neck Injury
£30,000
Serious Hand Injury
£10,000
Ankle Injury
£3,000
Serious Knee Injury
£20,000
Serious Head Injury
£50,000

*damages for loss of earnings and other losses and expenses are commonly paid in addition to the injury award and will vary in each case