No Win No Fee on all compensation claims

No Win No Fee Lawyers

What is ‘No Win-No Fee’ and how does it work?

After your obligation free initial meeting and case assessment, if we advise you that we consider your proposed claim has reasonable prospects of success and is economically viable to proceed, we will agree to take on your case on a ‘No Win – No Fee’ basis, which simply means that we will only be paid a reasonable fee for the work we have done to win your case at the end of your claim if and only if you win or achieve a successful outcome.

A successful outcome is either a settlement or a favourable judgment award.

Can I ask for ‘No Win-No Fee’?

Turner Freeman Lawyers ‘No Win – No Fee’ policy extends to all compensation and personal claims after we have assessed your case and advise you that your claim has reasonable prospects of success and is economically viable to proceed. We will outline all costs, including our ‘No Win – No Fee’ policy in the cost agreement and in plain English.

Here's how it works

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Free case assessment

Our free case assessment will help determine if your case is feasible.

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Fee arrangement

We'll confirm that your case will be undertaken on a "No Win, No Fee" basis.

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If we don't win, you don't pay

In the unlikely event that we don't achieve a successful outcome, you don't have to pay us.

Is ‘No Win, No Fee’ available for all areas of law?

Turner Freeman Lawyers offer ‘No Win – No Fee’ arrangement for a number of our legal services and practice areas including:

Other areas of law

Turner Freeman Lawyers ‘No Win – No Fee’ policy does not apply to Estate Planning services.

Contact our “No Win, No Fee” lawyers in 21 offices across Australia for help with your legal matter.


What happens if my case goes to trial and I lose?

In the unlikely or even highly unlikely event that your claim goes to trial, and in the even more unlikely event that your case goes all the way to trial and you lose, we will not seek to charge you anything for all of the work we have done for you.

Our ‘No Win – No Fee’ policy does not provide an indemnity for the other side’s legal costs in the highly unlikely event that your case proceeds to trial and you lose.

If your case is unsuccessful or fails at trial, it is likely that the court would make an order that you pay the other side’s legal costs. This is likely to be a substantial sum.

98% to 99% of the cases that we take on are resolved or settled prior to trial.

Talk to us about “No Win, No Fee” representation.

If you have any questions about our ‘No Win – No Fee’ policy or if you would just like to speak to someone about your claim or a possible claim for compensation contact us via our online enquiry form. We will respond to your query as soon as possible. Alternatively, if you need to speak to a partner or a solicitor please contact us on 13 43 63.

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Conditions apply to the ‘No Win-No Fee’ policy and are set out in our conditional costs agreement. There are some exceptions to the policy.

Client Testimonials

The care and compassion I experienced along with the professional way that my case was conducted was exceptional in every manner.

Yours sincerely,

L.C. – Redbank Plains

Client Testimonials

Thank you Kacey and all your staff on your kindness, compassion, perseverance and patience with my case. Especially to Spiro, a job well done. You all did a splendid job in such a short period of time once again all my thanks, what a difference a firm makes very much appreciated for your time and effort. Best wishes to all at Christmas. P.S.: For a law firm, you are tops.

Maree, Balcatta

Client Testimonials

Thank you so so so much for your professionalism, support, understanding and kindness. I’ll never forget what you have done for me, always listening and being patient with me. God bless you.

Charles, Wollongong


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