What is a Conditional Fee Agreement (CFA)?


Otherwise known as a “no win no fee” agreement. A formal written agreement between a solicitor and client that the solicitor’s costs are not usually payable if the client does not win the case however a ‘Success Fee’ is payable. Medical negligence and personal injury claims are usually funded this way and some other civil claims can also be handled on a no win no fee basis.


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