This is a question that we’re asked on a daily basis. Fortunately, it’s an answer we’re happy to give.
The aim of a fixed fee is to ensure that legal costs are kept to a minimum. If a defendant is successful, a Defence Costs Order (DCO) is usually granted by the court. A DCO entitles a firm to apply for the costs associated with challenging the allegation. The client may then receive some, or all, of the costs they’ve paid.
Additional legal costs can be hidden in small print and terms of business. We believe that cost certainty is crucial and that transparency is the key to a successful solicitor/client relationship. No hidden costs. No nasty surprises. All our fees are made clear from the outset.
Feel free to ask us about our fixed fee pricing structure. You may be surprised to find out that a unique defence strategy developed by a specialist motoring defence practice isn’t as expensive as you first thought. All our fixed fees are truly fixed.
We can explain, simple & straightforward, how mitigation may help you in your case.
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