Resolve a legal issue in Anglia with our solicitors
Our local solicitors in Anglia, who are all trained and well-experienced in their fields of law, are ready to help you face any legal dilemma you may find yourself in.
For example, there are thought to be 50 unclaimed estates of individuals who have died in Ipswich. If you believe you should be the executor of an unclaimed estate, we can assist you through all the necessary legal steps.
Whether you live in Peterborough, Ipswich, Norwich or Cambridge, you’re able to talk to us about many other legal quandaries too. Perhaps you’ve been involved in a road traffic accident that wasn’t your fault, or need direction on a concern you have around business crime.
Simply get in touch and we’ll be happy to talk with you.
Why Choose First4lawyers?
Good ethics are everything to us. From seeking compensation for you to advising you on a personal or business legal matter, we only have your best interests at heart.
We have been awarded Personal Injury Claims Firm of the Year in 2012, 2013, and 2015.
We contribute to local charities because we believe it’s important to invest in the community.
Our team of highly-skilled specialist solicitors excel in providing the expert legal advice you need.
I felt very comfortable explaining the details of my claim. I felt like I was being taken care of and it was made very easy for me to make the decision to proceed. Very professional, communicated promptly, sympathetic, friendly and willing to help; I can relax knowing my claim is being taken care of.
A bit more information to help you
How does the process work?
We know that speaking to a solicitor can seem daunting, that’s why we at First4Lawyers offer a fresh approach to seeking legal advice – whether about personal or business law, or compensation following an accident. Your initial enquiry will be handled for free by one of our friendly, legally qualified advisors. They are there to get an understanding of your needs and will explain everything in a straightforward manner.
We will then advise on the best next steps for you, highlighting any costs that may be involved. Until you say you’re happy to move forward, there is no obligation. We want you to understand exactly what you are going to get before you have to commit.
Is there a fee when I first seek advice?
When you get in contact, either by calling us or requesting a callback at the top of the screen, we will ensure you speak to one of our legally qualified assistants for free. They will pinpoint your legal issue and review precisely how we can help and what you need to get the resolution you want. There is no initial charge, no obligation and no risk involved.
Will my solicitor be local to me?
We believe in matching to expertise as opposed to post code, and whilst we try and find you the right solicitor in the right location we recognise this isn’t always possible.
Using First4lawyers you’ll be connected with the right specialist for your case, and with the help of modern technology and home visits we are confident you will get the right balance of service and convenience wherever you are.
If you have another question that you’d like to ask, visit our FAQs page.
See the types of claims people in Anglia have made
We’ve put together a handy map of the UK, which shows you how many people made a claim in Anglia, and other areas, over 2014 and what they claimed for.
Want to know more about personal injury claims in Anglia?
Helpful local institutions for you
Ipswich Borough Council
Taxes and benefits are a good example of things your council can provide information about, should you seek it, while you can also bring up an issue about a council-owned property such as a public park. Those in Ipswich should call Ipswich Borough Council on 0147 343 2000 or go to:
Ipswich Borough Council, Grafton House, 15-17 Russell Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2DE.
If you need to report a crime in the Ipswich area, you can do so by contacting Suffolk Constabulary. Call 999 in an emergency or 101 in a non-emergency situation. You also have the option of making a report in person:
Suffolk Constabulary Police Headquarters, Martlesham Heath, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP5 3QS.
Norwich Citizens Advice Bureau
Your local CAB is actually a charity, there to provide you with impartial advice about things like consumer and employment issues. Your local Citizen’s Advice Bureau will usually have drop-in sessions. Live in Norwich? Ring on 0844 411 1444 to arrange an appointment, or head to:
Norwich Citizens Advice Bureau, St Crispins House, St Georges Street, Norwich, Norfolk, NR3 1PD.
The purpose of your local branch of the NHS, such as the one in Norwich, is to provide information about local health services. Call Norwich NHS on 0160 328 6286, or send a letter to:
Norwich NHS, Colney Lane, Norwich, Norfolk, NR4 7UY.
Huntingdon Law Courts & Employment Tribunal Centre
If you live in the Peterborough area and are ever summoned to court, there’s a good chance it’ll be Huntingdon Law Courts & Employment Tribunal Centre. If you need any details beforehand or simply have an enquiry, the phone number is 01480 415600. The address is:
Huntingdon Law Courts & Employment Tribunal Centre, Walden Road, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE29 3DW.
Thorpe Wood Police Station, Peterborough
If you need to report a crime, such as an act of anti-social behaviour, in Peterborough, you’re able to visit your local police station to make a report. Alternatively, you can call 101 in a non-emergency. The address is:
Thorpe Wood Police Station, Thorpe Wood, Longthorpe, Peterborough, PE3 6SD.
Cambridge City Council
If you’re local to Cambridge and need to talk to the council, it’s easy. You can either phone directly on 01223 457000, or head to:
Cambridge City Council, The Guildhall, Market Square, Cambridge, CB2 3QJ.
Cambridge Citizens Advice Bureau
You should go to your local CAB when you’re seeking fair and confidential advice. You can call 0844 848 7979 to make an appointment if you’re in the Cambridge area, or drop in:
Cambridge Citizens Advice Bureau, 66 Devonshire Road, Cambridge, CB1 2BL.