Keller Postman UK is one of the most experienced multi-claimant legal firms in England and Wales. Our legal team represents tens of thousands of workers and consumers in group and multi-claimant actions. We are never afraid of a fight and are ready to take on large, deep-pocket defendants that other law firms shy away from.
A group action claim is where a group of people – sometimes even thousands of people – have been affected by the same issue. Keller Postman UK has all the legal expertise and resources necessary to take on the corporate giants, and we have supported thousands of multi-claimant and group-action clients.
When people join a group action, this strengthens their overall position and makes big organisations take the matter seriously. This increases everyone’s chances of success.
This depends on your case. We can advise you of the likely amount when we have reviewed your circumstances.
Just because your case is part of a group action doesn’t mean that everyone will receive the same amount if successful. All claims are settled based on their merits, and you will receive what you are owed.
This is unlikely. We will select a few lead claimants, and if you are selected, we will talk to you first and explain what this means. Because our group actions are large, it is unlikely that you will have to give evidence at Court.
This depends on your case. But you should register as quickly as possible for the best chance of success.
Although there is no guarantee that your claim will succeed, if you join a Keller Lenkner UK action, we believe that there are good prospects of success. We would not pursue a case for you if we did not think that was the case. Furthermore, as expert litigators, we know what it takes to win.
Yes you can, although you should check the terms of your retainer with your current solicitor first to check you would not have to pay any fees to them if you leave them. If you are part of a group action with another firm and you would like to know more about switching to Keller Postman UK, contact us today.
After we have received the necessary information and assessed your claim, we will be in touch and keep you updated. If you have authorised us to represent you, we will begin preparing your claim. Don’t worry if you do not hear from us for a while; we will only contact you when it is necessary or when we have an update for you.
Access to professional legal advice is an essential right. But concerns about the cost of making a claim can stop people from appointing a solicitor. At Keller Postman UK, we don’t take on a case unless we believe we can win, and we are so confident in this that our clients don’t pay us a penny unless we succeed.
No win, no fee means that, if your claim is not successful, you won’t have to pay a penny towards your case unless you have told us something untrue or otherwise misled us about your claim. There are no hidden charges or other administration fees.
A CFA is a type of no win, no fee agreement between you and your solicitor. It states that you won’t have to pay a penny if your claim is unsuccessful. Under a CFA, we charge our fees plus an uplift (or premium) if we win. This uplift is a percentage increase of our fees. The amount we charge you for our fees varies depending on the outcome of your matter. We always make sure you understand what you might need to pay when you appoint us to your case.
A DBA is a type of no win, no fee agreement between you and your solicitor. It states that you won’t have to pay a penny if your claim is unsuccessful. Under a DBA, the amount you pay us if we win will be a set percentage of the compensation you receive.
If your claim is not successful, you will probably be responsible for a share of the Defendant’s costs. These costs will have been incurred in defending the claim. When we take out ATE Insurance on your behalf, we protect you from having to pay these costs and expenses if you lose your case. So no win, no fee means just that (unless you have told us something untrue or otherwise misled us about your claim).
If your claim is successful, you may have to pay a success fee. We deduct this fee from the compensation awarded to you. We always explain our fees in full before we start your case.
There are no costs to join a claim. However, if your claim is successful, you may have to pay a success fee. We deduct this fee from the compensation awarded to you. If you lose, you won’t have to pay a penny (unless you have told us something untrue or otherwise misled us about your claim).
If your claim is unsuccessful, you won’t be awarded any money. However, you also won’t have to pay us anything (unless you have told us something untrue or otherwise misled us about your claim).