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We can offer legal advice in both the South Midlands and Gloucestershire

Wherever you are in the Gloucestershire and South Midlands regions – whether you live near Hereford, Worcester or Gloucester itself – we’re confident a First4lawyers solicitor experienced in the necessary area of the law can be matched to your case.

Throughout the whole of the South West in 2010/11, there were 1,310 violent crimes recorded per 100,000 people. In those types of instances, we can help anyone who has been affected either physically or emotionally.

Similarly we have specialists who can take on legal cases relating to domestic abuse, and even business law issues, like contract disputes.

Whatever problem you come to us with, we’ll make it a priority to reach a solution for you. You just need to get in touch.

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Why choose First4lawyers?

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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.

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We contribute to local charities because we believe it’s important to invest in the community.

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Our team of highly-skilled specialist solicitors excel in providing the expert legal advice you need.

I was in two minds to claim but after speaking with your advisor all my fears were taken away.

Russell, Bath

A bit more information to help you

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.

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 recognize 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.

Many people have made claims in the South Midlands and in Gloucestershire

Our Claims Map shows the rate at which people have made claims, for things ranging from occupier’s liability to medical negligence, in a certain area. In 2014, the following were the types of claims made around Gloucestershire and the South Midlands.

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Accident At Work

Claims stemming from tripping on something in a council-maintained area in Gloucester stood at 3 per 100,000 people in 2014. The national average was 3.72.

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Road Traffic Accidents

In Hereford, however, the situation was more pronounced: 2.3 claims per 100,000 people. That’s three times the national average.

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Industrial disease

Industrial disease claims in Worcester tracked at the same pace as the national average: respectively 0.7 claims per 100,000 people compared to 0.76.

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Slips Trips and Falls

In general, however, Gloucester ranked noticeably lower than the rest of the country (27.7 to 47.3) when all types of claims were taken into account.

Click through to the full Claims Map to explore claims up and down the country.

Helpful local institutions for you

Gloucester City Council

Located close to the picturesque Cotswolds, Gloucester is known for being an attractive city, and the local city council is responsible for maintaining that status through upkeep of the environment, civic spaces and refuse collection.

If you live in the area and have a question about these things, or anything else that comes under Gloucester council’s remit, call 01452 396396, or write to:

Gloucester City Council, Herbert Warehouse, The Docks, Gloucester, GL1 2EQ.

Cirencester Citizens Advice Bureau

Locals can find free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on money issues, family matters and more at Cirencester Citizens Advice Bureau in the heart of the Cotswolds. You can do so by phone on 0124 252 2491, or by visiting:

Cirencester Citizens Advice Bureau, The Mews, Cricklade St, Cirencester, GL7 1HY.

Gloucester Tourist Information Centre

Although primarily intended for the use of tourists to Gloucester, locals can quiz the Gloucester Tourist Information Centre on where things like police stations or healthcare can be found nearby. Ring direct on 01452 396572, go in person:

Gloucester Tourist Information Centre, 28 Southgate St, Gloucester, GL1 2DP.

Cheltenham Magistrates' Court

If you have a legal case that goes to court and you live in the Cheltenham area, you may need to visit Cheltenham Magistrates' Court. Primarily it deals with things such as motoring offences, persons who have been charged with being drunk and disorderly, and even drugs violations in some cases. Should you need to ring, for whatever reason, the number is 01452 334 400. Otherwise, you can find them at:

Cheltenham Magistrates' Court, Cheltenham Courthouse, St Georges Road, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 3PF.

Hereford Police Station

No matter where you live in the UK, if you want to ring your local police service, the number is 101. However, local police stations are still available for you to report crimes in person. If you’re in the area, this can be done at Hereford Police Station:

Hereford Police Station, Bath Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2HT.

Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Housing the local A&E as well as maternity services, Worcestershire Royal Hospital, which can be phoned on 01905 763 333 in a non-emergency, has helped care for many who’ve needed it while in and around Worcester. It can be found at:

Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Charles Hastings Way, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5 1DD.

Hereford County Court and Family Court

Hereford County Court and Family Court is the place where many legal cases originating in Hereford are ultimately settled. Money claims, domestic violence hearings, issues involving children, all are covered by county and family courts.

Hereford County Court and Family Court, The Magistrates’ Court, Bath Street, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR1 2HE.

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 

Foundation trusts are designed to provide more customised healthcare for local areas, and as such are responsible for places such as hospitals and GP surgeries in a given locale. The Cheltenham-based Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust does that for its namesake county.

If you have a question about the healthcare of you or a loved one in the area, call 0300 422 2222, or write:

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Trust Headquarters, 1 College Lawn, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL53 7AG.

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