Brigid O’Donnell Solicitors, Clonmel, Tipperary, provide very clear advices, at the outset, regarding the likely outlay involved in bringing a claim for compensation.
Understandably, one of the primary concerns a client contemplating a potential claim for compensation, has, is the issue of costs and how these costs will be calculated etc. Brigid O’Donnell Solicitors provide very clear advices, at the outset, regarding the likely outlay involved in bringing a claim for compensation. Outlay is the term used to describe monies paid out to third parties to bring a claim- stamp duty on court documents, experts’ report fees, experts’ court attendance fees, etc.
We will also provide clear details regarding the manner in which legal fees are calculated and the circumstances in which a person will be responsible for legal fees. We will also provide clear advice regarding the consequences of an unsuccessful litigation case for the Plaintiff. We will then provide a written copy of this advice to all clients. In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award, or settlement.