FAQ’s

Why should I choose Hayes Connor Law?

Our cyber defence and protection solicitors have a wealth of experience in this relatively new and continually evolving field, so we understand the complexities involved. As such, we can help you with a wide range of advice and legal support.

Leading our field when it comes to understanding this often complex area of law, our expert, pragmatic legal advice ensures the highest quality outcome – both in terms of results and service delivered.

Drawing on over 50 years of experience, we put your best interests at the heart of everything we do. Our process is fully compliant with ICO guidance, and we never put your details at risk.

We also remove the jargon from the process and make sure you always know what’s happening with your case.


FAQs about Making a Claim

If I am making a claim against another party, will I have to pay any costs for you to pursue my claim?

While there is always a risk associated with any claim for damages, Hayes Connor Law will take all steps, from your initial consultation with us, to ensure that No Win No Fee means exactly that.

Hayes Connor Law partners with market leading After the Event (ATE) Insurer, Amberis. Through this partnership, we provide clients with an insurance policy that protects them from all the risks associated with litigation. This policy is provided at no additional charge to all clients signing up to the Hayes Connor Law costs contribution scheme.

Why do solicitors charge a success fee when making a claim, and what does this mean for me?

At Hayes Connor Law, to provide a quality bespoke service when taking on a claim on behalf of a claimant, we require a contribution towards our costs. This is paid for by way of a success fee (a deduction from any damages you receive). Once this is explained in detail, along with the additional benefits provided by a no-cost ATE insurance policy, 95% of clients are happy to proceed.

What is my claim worth?

This is the most common question we are asked. There is a misconception that compensation amounts can be provided at the outset or by some form of claims calculator. They cannot. It is important that all the evidence needed to value a claim is collected diligently before a valuation is provided. We can always provide examples based on our experience, but no two claims are the same. If anyone tells you that they can guarantee you a value for your claim that should be an immediate reason not to use them.