If you’re considering making a claim after a holiday illness, you will most likely have read that you can make your claim on a no win no fee basis.
However, you may be unsure just how a no win no fee policy works. In this article, our experienced holiday illness solicitors explain just how our no win no fee policy works for you.
No win no fee – the basics
Simply put, our no win no fee policy allows us to guarantee that in the event of your claim is unsuccessful, you will pay nothing at all.
This guarantee gives you peace of mind that when bringing your claim for compensation, you won’t be at risk of being left out of pocket.
How can we make this guarantee?
In order to make a no win no fee claim, you will need to take out something called After the Event Insurance. If your claim is unsuccessful, the insurance policy will cover any expenses and any of your opponent’s costs.
The cost of After the Event Insurance is £185 + IPT Tax totalling £207.50. However it is important to note that:
- You will only have to pay the insurance premium if your claim is successful
- This means you don’t have to pay the premium until after your claim is settled, we never ask for any upfront payments from you
- If your claim is unsuccessful, you do not have to pay the premium at all
Offering you peace of mind
Here at YourHolidayClaims, we want to make our no win no fee policy as clear as possible for you.
We understand that making a holiday illness claim can feel daunting. However, by instructing YourHolidayClaims, you will have an experienced solicitor on your side without the risk of being left of pocket.
Talk to the experienced solicitors at YourHolidayClaims
If you have any questions about our no win no fee policy, you can talk directly to a member of our specialist team. They will be there to talk you through the process and offer any advice you need.
To talk to one of our experts today, call us now on 0330 100 2851.
Or, if you’d prefer to arrange a call back with a member of our team, you can complete our online holiday illness enquiry form.