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If you take Master Rowley's analysis of the datum point for the claimant to recover the costs of the assessment in 'Beyer' then you will need to show a 20% reduction from amount deducted from the claimant's damages.If this is correct, if the deduction was £750 then if the client does not recover more than £150 they will be liable for the costs. Now, is it also correct that you take 33% of any monies recovered?I would not suggest that this can be considered a 'low risk' and I would be surprised if your clients would, if properly informed, accept that risk.
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