Legal assistance is available to you in South London
Just as we can if you’re considering whether you deserve compensation following a medical misdiagnosis, feel you have to go to court in order to settle a personal debt, or your business needs a shareholder or partnership dispute resolving.
The expertise of our solicitors is available to you wherever you live in South London – whether that’s Croydon, Bromley or Southwark. We also have lawyers available to people in Lewisham, Greenwich and Lambeth.
Throughout London and the UK, we're here to offer legal direction. It's easy to get in touch.
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.
The service is excellent. Everyone involved has been very professional, polite and helpful. You can tell they are highly trained people and are so easy to talk to.
A bit more information to help you
How much will my case cost?
Like anything, there is a cost associated with getting the best quality law services. However, First4Lawyers offers a range of charging structures depending on the type of legal help required.
Most accident, personal injury and medical negligence claims will be dealt with on a No Win No Fee basis. All other personal, business, family and employment law is done on a private paying basis using the First4Lawyers price guarantee.
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 details be kept confidential?
Yes, any information you provide us with will be kept confidential. The only people who will have access to any of the details you give us are our solicitors, all of whom are pre-screened so we can be sure they will treat your case with honesty and integrity.
There are more questions answered on our FAQs page.
Many like you have already claimed in South London
Our Claims Map of the UK shows what people up and down the country claimed for in 2014. Some of the statistics for South London can be found below.
Helpful local institutions for you
Bromley Magistrates Court
A magistrates’ court can deal with things like motoring offences, burglary and drugs violations, and Bromley Magistrates’ Court is no different. Ring with queries on 020 8437 3585 or the address is:
Bromley Magistrates' Court, The Court House, 1 London Rd, Bromley, Kent BR1 1RA.
You can call Croydon Council on 020 8726 6000 with any concerns you have about issues that might fall under its remit, such as parks, housing, and anti-social behaviour. To make contact by post, the address is:
Croydon Council, Bernard Weatherill House, 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, CR0 1EA.
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
If you ever need to contact someone above the provider level in terms of healthcare in South London, you might need to get in touch with King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Call on 020 3299 9000, or go to:
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Denmark Hill, London SE5 9RS
London Borough of Lewisham Council
As with all councils up and down the country, the London Borough of Lewisham Council is who you need to get in touch with if you have a grievance over council-managed entities in the local area, such as parks and civic buildings. Call 020 8314 6000 or contact in writing on:
London Borough of Lewisham Council, Town Hall, Catford, London, SE6 4RU
Mitcham Citizens Advice Bureau
If you feel like you need advice on anything from benefits to consumer rights, and you live around Mitcham, the local Citizens Advice Bureau can provide neutral guidance. Call on 0844 2438430 or head over to:
Mitcham Citizens Advice Bureau, 326 London Rd, Mitcham, CR4 3ND.
Streatham Hill Citizens Advice Bureau
Serving people who live or work in the borough of Lambeth, Streatham Hill Citizens Advice can advise you on things like employment rights, or you can simply drop in to check emails. Make an appointment by ringing 03442451298, or pay a visit:
Streatham Hill Citizens Advice Bureau, 1 Barrhill Road, Streatham Hill, London, SW2 4RJ.
Victim Support Merton and Sutton
If you’ve been a victim of crime, especially if you feel like you’ve felt significant emotional distress that you’re struggling to come to terms with, you can contact Victim Support. Those around Merton and Sutton who want to get in contact can do so on 020 7801 1777, or visit at:
Victim Support Merton and Sutton, 17-19 Falcon Road, London, SW11 2PH.
Greenwich Tourist Information Centre
Although it’s primarily aimed at, and caters to, tourists who might have come to see the Greenwich Observatory, the Greenwich Tourist Information Centre can be used by locals too. It’ll point you in the direction of all kinds of amenities, such as police stations. Call using 0870 608 2000 or go in person:
Greenwich Tourist Information Centre, 2 Cutty Sark Gardens, London, SE10 9LW