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Why Sarinas Legal
December 13, 2016
How do you choose a No Win No Fee Law Firm?
Here are 5 reasons you should choose us.
1. Your work is done by an experienced lawyer and not an unqualified paralegal.
2. We charge a fixed fee and not an hourly rate. We tell you what the fee will be before we start. Other law firms charge by absurd hourly rates. Hourly rates are open to manipulation and fudging.
3. We don’t charge you an additional uplift fee. Other firms charge an additional 25%-50% on top of their hourly rate plus charging more for photocopying, fax, and emails. All of this adds up.
4. File velocity: Your claim is progressed as quickly as possible.
5. Strategy Development: Every case is unique: We strategize an action plan that pulls together all the pieces of evidence that we need to maximise your prospects of success.
Give me a call to see if you qualify for our No Win No Fee service.
Our first consultation is free and terms and conditions apply.
This publication is intended as general information only and not specific legal advice. All liability is specifically disclaimed for reliance on same. Seek professional legal advice.
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