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When submitting an employer’s liability/public liability claim through the portal, how should the claim be funded? Should the client be signing a conditional fee arrangement, despite the fixed costs applying?

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Published on LexisPSL on 04/10/2018

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  • When submitting an employer’s liability/public liability claim through the portal, how should the claim be funded? Should the client be signing a conditional fee arrangement, despite the fixed costs applying?

When submitting an employer’s liability/public liability claim through the portal, how should the claim be funded? Should the client be signing a conditional fee arrangement, despite the fixed costs applying?

The Pre-Action Protocol for Low Value Personal Injury (Employers' Liability and Public Liability) Claims applies to claims valued up to £25,000 where the accident occurred on or after 31 July 2013. This protocol details the necessary procedure to use when dealing with low value employer’s liability and public liability claims, including setting out a fixed costs regime. Fixed costs are when the court orders that a party should only pay a fixed sum in respect of costs incurred by the other party. The only costs

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