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Claims in London

Solicitors in London

We’re proud of the work we do with personal injury claims. If you’ve been injured and need some advice, contact us today for free.

We helped over 7,000 people find a solicitor in London last year

Last year, we helped people like you find out if they were entitled to compensation following an accident and injury. With just one call to 0800 376 01500800 376 0150 , you could know in minutes if you can claim compensation.

Because we’re the most trusted personal injury specialists in the UK, we work with a network of solicitor firms, across London and the UK, to make sure we can find the right solicitor for you. 

With  22  years' experience, we've built a strong reputation for finding the right solicitors for the right people, just look at only a few of the 2,000+ independent reviews we've collected.

Our solicitors in London

Our solicitors in London can help you whatever the cause of your injury, from an accident on the road to medical negligence. Our London based solicitors work on a no win no fee basis, but if they’re not able to deal with your case on a no win no fee basis, they’ll let you know before you start your claim.


Accidents in London

Last year, the most common accidents we worked with in London were road traffic accidents, these made up 31% of our London enquiries in 2015.

This means we connected passengers, pedestrians and cyclists to solicitors who could help them get the compensation they deserve.

The next most common accident that we worked with in 2015, in the London area, was slips, trips or falls in a public place.

If you’ve been injured in a public space then we can give you advice about claiming compensation for your injury.

Or if you know somebody who has been injured in a public space, they can contact us for free on 0800 376 01500800 376 0150 .

Advice on compensation claims

The easiest way to get confidential and free advice about claiming is to call us on 0800 376 01500800 376 0150 . When you call us, you’ll come through to our call centre based in Kettering, UK.

You’ll speak to one of our legally trained advisors, who can give you free advice on making a claim based on your experience.

If, after you’ve talked to us, you don’t want to take your claim any further then your call can end there; there is absolutely no obligation to make a claim.

If we think you do have a claim, and you want to continue, then we’ll put you in contact with one of our specialist solicitor firms

Our work in London

Last year we launched Accident Awareness Week.

Accident Awareness Week is a UK-wide campaign running from November 9th – 13th. Our aim was to highlight the many avoidable accidents that happen in the UK every year.

To mark the end of Accident Awareness week we launched our Lucky Black Cat competition across London.

Our Lucky Black competition saw cuddly black cats scattered across central London on Friday 13th, considered by some to be the unluckiest day of the year.

With black cats a symbol of superstition, we wanted people to find our cuddly black cats and remember that accidents are not the result of superstition or bad luck.

People who tweeted us with a picture of their black cat, using the #LuckyBlackCat, were also entered to win £200 of high street vouchers.

You can see our black cats scattered across central London here.

Surviving London with an injury

London can be one of the hardest cities to be in without an injury, but when you have any injury that affects your mobility, London can be tough to get around.

Here are our top tips for navigating London with an injury that affects your mobility. 

Call ahead

Whether you’re a Londoner or a tourist, most places in London are accessible or will find a way to make their premises available so that you can enjoy your visit.

If you’re thinking of going for food, coffee or a film, we recommend calling ahead to your destination.

Not only does this allow you to check their accessibility it also lets you understand how busy they’re likely to be. Calling ahead gives you time to think about whether you’re happy to fight through the London crowds with your injury, or if your journey will be plain sailing. 

Plan your transport in advance

The underground transport system in London is not completely step free, or accessible. The underground network can be difficult to navigate if you’re in a wheelchair or unable to move with ease.

Thankfully, that doesn’t mean you have to avoid your favourite tourist destination or London borough. It just means that you should plan your journey in advance. Transport for London’s (TFL) website has a plan your trip function that allows you to search which stations are step-free from platform to the street or from the train to the street. Their website also has a 24-hour support line for assistance and advice, if you need help planning your journey. They also man their stations with staff members who can assist you if there is no step free access.

If you prefer to travel by bus, all of TFL’s bus routes are serviced by buses that are accessible for wheelchair users or people with mobility issues.

See London in new ways

If your purpose in London is to see as much of it as possible, then we have the answer.

There are three great ways to travel around London and take in all of the sights:  

See London from the River on a boat tour

Travelling along the River Thames, you’ll see some breath-taking sights of London.

Tours are particularly beautiful at sunset, and can be booked in advance.

Nearly all of the routes are accessible for those with mobility issues and injuries, but to be sure you can call ahead. 

You can always tour London by bus too

Bus tours of London can be busy but are often accessible and an excellent way to keep off the busy streets of London’s main tourist hotspots.

If you’re willing to take a walk around the streets of London

Our third tip for sightseeing is to take some of the adjacent streets to some of London’s busiest streets.

Camden Market might be your destination of choice, but you don’t need to fight the crowds on Camden High Street to get there. You can also take the less busy Kentish Town Road.

This works with many of London's busiest locations. Taking the adjacent road can often mean fewer people and a quicker, less stressful walk.

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