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All our solicitors are fully qualified

Choosing to go ahead with a compensation claim can seem daunting at first, especially if you're in two minds as to whether the solicitor firm you're considering is properly qualified.

Our partner solicitor firms have to be registered with the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) before we'll work with them. If you do choose to go ahead and start your compensation claim with us, then you can feel sure that all our solicitors are highly trained and fully qualified.

We monitor the standards of our solicitors to make sure you're getting the best possible service. They'll stay in touch with you and keep you updated on any progress, so you don't need to worry about being left out of the loop.

When you call us, you'll speak to one of our legally trained advisors, so they'll be able to give you professional, pressure-free advice about whether you have a claim. You can reach us on or arrange a call back by filling in the secure online form.

The Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) is the independent governing body of the Law Society, who monitor all solicitor firms that are registered to practice in the UK.

Checking whether the company you're looking to handle your case is accredited by the SRA is easy. You can ask the firm for their SRA ID number (registration number) and enter it - or the firm's name - on the Law Society website. This will also give you details about the firm as well as any accreditations they might have.

If your solicitor isn't registered on the site, then they're not qualified to practice law in the UK and you should look for another solicitor.


Knowing whether your solicitor is qualified to handle your claim should always be your first port of call before you let them take on your case. But there are a few other things you should think about to make the process as straightforward as possible:

Check third party reviews

After reading through a solicitors' website, you might still be unsure if you can trust them. One way to feel more confident is to check other people's reviews of these firms on websites like Trustpilot or Feefo.

Choose personal injury specialists

Be sure that the law firm you choose are specialists in personal injury law. We make this easy for you - all our solicitors are specialists in personal injury, meaning they're best placed to help you with your compensation claim.

No win no fee agreements

It's best to check that your claim can be handled on a no win no fee basis (also known as a conditional fee agreement). This takes the financial risk out of making a claim, as you won't have to pay your solicitor's fees if your claim isn't successful. You can find out more about our no win no fee service here.


The first step to starting a compensation claim is to get in contact with us for free on . When you speak to us, we'll be happy to give you free, impartial advice and we'll never pressure you into making a claim if you don't feel ready.

We know you may be feeling daunted by the idea of claiming, but our friendly advisors will put you at ease straight away. We'll be able to run you through the claims process in more detail and can answer any questions you might have.

We can then let you know whether we think you could make a claim. If you decide you'd like to go ahead and take the next steps, we can pass you on to one of our specialist solicitors.