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What does No Win No Fee mean?  

Dormer Stanhope offers you what other firms struggle to deliver - the expertise that comes with over 35 years of experience in top tier firms, coupled with the personalised approach to client relationships only small firms can truly provide.

We pride ourselves on being an outcome-driven firm. Our effective and timely advice is a testament to our continued high success rate. At our core, we are passionate about the law. As a firm, and as legal practitioners, we thrive on having our technical skills challenged and tested.

How can I determine if my case qualifies for No Win No Fee? 

At Dormers we strive to ensure clarity and transparency regarding your legal case, including whether it falls under our No Win No Fee arrangement.

To begin, we will provide you with a comprehensive Client Agreement before commencing work on your case. This agreement will outline all the essential details regarding the estimated fees and costs associated with your claim.

During one of our free initial consultations, one of our experienced lawyers will carefully review this document with you, addressing any questions you may have.

If you are uncertain whether your potential claim is eligible for our No Win No Fee option, please contact us. We are more than happy to provide you with the necessary information and guidance to determine if your case qualifies.

Rest assured, we are committed to ensuring that you fully understand the financial aspects of your case and are comfortable moving forward with the legal representation you deserve.

What are the fees for No Win No Fee lawyers?

The legal fees for our No Win No Fee lawyers vary depending on the unique circumstances of each client's case.

Typically, the total fee is determined by the amount of work involved in handling the case. This can be calculated either based on an agreed hourly rate between our firm and the client, or according to rates set by legal regulations.

It is important to note that in personal compensation claims, our fees are never calculated as a percentage of the client's total compensation. While this approach may be common in some legal systems abroad, such as the United States, it is not permitted in Australia.

At Dormers, we prioritise fairness and transparency in our fee structure, ensuring that our clients receive diligent legal representation without any undue financial burden.

Have questions about fees? Get in touch with us!

If you have any questions regarding our fees or any other aspect of our services, we encourage you to reach out to us. You can contact us directly or give us a call.

We understand that discussing legal fees is important, and we want to ensure that you have all the information you need. That's why we offer free and confidential consultations, where you can arrange a conversation with one of our knowledgeable lawyers.

Please don't hesitate to get in touch with us. We are here to address your concerns and provide the guidance you require.

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