Costs Information

At Aydin & Bright Solicitors our Personal Injury department can offer a conditional-fee agreement. This is more commonly called a ‘No Win, No Fee’ agreement. A No Win, No Fee agreement, is an arrangement between you (the client) and your solicitor when making a legal claim. Simply put it means that should your claim be unsuccessful; you will not be liable to pay the fees for your solicitor’s services. You will only pay legal fees if your claim is successful, which is typically a percentage of the compensation amount obtained. 

If someone else is to blame for your injury or illness you are likely to be able to make a claim for compensation. Aydin & Bright Solicitors are experienced in handling the following types of claims on a No Win, No Fee basis:

    • Road traffic accidents
    • Accidents at work
    • Accidents in public places
    • Serious injury
    • Medical negligence

Please call our offices and ask to speak to a member of the Personal Injury department for further information.

Generally, our firm’s private hourly charges/rate for services provided are as follows:

  • Partner / Solicitors / Legal Executives / Consultant at £250.00 plus VAT per hour
  • Trainee solicitors / Paralegals / Other Fee earners at £125.00 plus VAT per hour

At Aydin & Bright Solicitors, we are able to offer fixed fees for certain matters, subject to the issues and complexity involved. The fixed fees we charge for the following areas start from:

Residential conveyancing – between £750.00 – £1,500.00 plus VAT
Commercial Conveyancing; between £750.00 – £1,500.00 plus VAT

Immigration; between £350.00 – £2500.00 +VAT (VAT may not be applicable for all types of cases please call for further information)

You may be required to pay for any expenses incurred in the conduct of your matter. Such expenses are usually called disbursements which we will be required to pay directly to the relevant third party (other person or body).

Such expenses include and are not limited to the following: Court fees, barrister fees, translations of documents, translator for hearings, postage fees, land registry fees, search fees, Notice of transfer fee.

We have little control over such expenses and these will vary widely depending on the complexity of your matter and the work required. You will be advised of these and your options from the start of your case, so you will have a say prior to the costs being incurred.

Depending on the nature and outcome of your matter and the way your case is funded, you may become potentially liable for the costs of the other party or parties in your case. The nature and potential magnitude of the other party’s costs may vary and this will be explained to you when taking your initial instructions.

The above costs are general figures and we recommend that you call our offices directly so that further information can be obtained from you to give you a more accurate fee estimate. As you would appreciate, every case is unique and developments are beyond our immediate control.