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Legal claims: 'No win, no fee' vs 'contingency fee'

Chris Dabbs, 28 August 2009 13:13

If you have to go to Law for an accident claim you may be offered a "no win, no fee" agreement or even a contingency fee agreement, but what's the difference? A Conditional Fee Agreement is what is commonly referred to as a no-win, no-fee agreement. This means that if a claim fails you don't pay your solicitor but if ...

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Legal advice: Can you forget about an offence after six months?

Chris Dabbs, 19 August 2009 10:15

It's a commonly held belief that there is a six-month limit on summons, and if one arrives 26 weeks after the offence, you can ignore it. Unfortunately the applicable six-month rule for a summons to be issued is within six months of the information being laid before the court, rather than within six months of the date of the offence. ...

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FAQ - Do traffic police have to wear high-vis clothing to be able to issue a ticket?

Chris Dabbs, 14 August 2009 10:55

There's nothing worse than a police officer suddenly appearing and waving you into the side of the road for a lecture at best, and probably a ticket too. It's so unfair, why aren't they wearing high-viz clothing, surely that's against the regulations? Sadly not, police officers do not have to wear specific clothing when engaged in roads policing or provide ...

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Legal advice: Part 36 offer to settle

Chris Dabbs, 30 May 2007 06:00

We have received enquiries from readers this week about Part 36 Offers.This is to do with offers to settle and in these cases it refers to accidents.Here we offer advice on what to do. Question: Can Someone enlighten on "Part 36 Offers" I am in dispute with a 4x4 driver who drove into the right-side of my bike while I ...

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