Personal injury FAQs


Are you looking for general information, or have you suffered an injury that you think could have been avoided if more precautions had been taken by others?

Personal injury focuses on accidents which could have been prevented if someone (or a company), in a position of responsibility, failed in their task to ensure your safety.

This accident could have taken place at work, at home or on the street. It could be due to a badly built stationery cupboad, a faulty kettle or a negligent driver.

Have a look at our FAQ pages - we've got lots of answers about different situations, and if one of them applies to you and you'd like more information on your situation give us a call on 0800 1777 162.

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There is no charge to you for using our service. Our telephone advisors have an excellent knowledge of the legal process and can recommend the best course of action to ensure that you are able to talk quickly to the right legal specialist for your needs.

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If you use our service we will get a specialist solicitor to call you, meaning you get the expert advice you need quickly and easily. The solicitors we work with can assist you with legal issues in any area of law in any part of the country. All Contact Law firms also have a service-level guarantee and many have Law Society accreditations in their area of expertise.

We always stay in contact with clients to get their feedback, ensuring our legal specialists meet the high standards of customer service we expect from our partner firms.

We work with solicitors right across the UK, from small, personal firms to large City firms. Whatever your requirements, we can help you.

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