No Win No Fee Solicitors in South Wales
First4lawyers can offer you legal assistance in South Wales
We have a host of solicitors in South Wales, who are all experts in their chosen fields of law. Whether you live in Swansea, Cardiff or even in Newport we can match one of our local lawyers to your case.
People get in touch with us for all kinds of reasons. You might have had an accident at work, be a business owner who suspects an employee of fraud, or be facing legal issues in relation to driving.
No matter where you are or what aspect of the law you need help and support with, we can give you legal guidance. All you have to do is get in touch.
Why choose First4Lawyers?
Good ethics are everything to us. From seeking compensation for you, to providing professional legal services, your best interests are our priority.
We are proud winners of the Personal Injury Awards 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 & 2017.
Local charities are close to our hearts because we believe it’s important to invest in the community.
Our team of specialist solicitors are here to give you the expert legal advice you need.
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?
Your initial chat with one of our legally qualified assistants is totally 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 and no obligation to proceed, but we hope you will!
Will my solicitor be local to me?
We match you with the best solicitor, based on expertise rather than location. Often there is a specialist in your area and, where there isn't, we'll make sure you still have easy access and regular contact with your legal specialist, wherever you are.
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Many people in South Wales have made claims before
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Swansea Magistrates’ Court
Should you decide to pursue a claim, you may need to make an appearance at your local magistrates, if the case ends up there. If you live in Swansea you can contact the closest court on 01792 637000, or go to:
Swansea Magistrates’ Court, Holly Street, Pontardawe, Swansea, SA8 4ET.
Swansea City and County Council
Seek local advice on a range of subjects including jobs, benefits and housing at your local council. In the Swansea area, ring on 01792 636000, or make an appointment in person by going to:
Swansea City and County Council, Civic Centre, Oystermouth Road, Swansea, SA1 3SN.
Cardiff Citizens Advice Bureau
Your local CAB can offer you advice which is free, independent and confidential relating to things like education and healthcare. For the Cardiff branch, phone 0844 477 2020, or drop in:
Cardiff Citizens Advice Bureau, West House Cottage, Stanwell Road, Penarth, CF64 2ZA.
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
If you need information about any local healthcare establishments, such as hospitals and surgeries, contact your local branch of the NHS. Those in Cardiff can ring 029 2074 7747 or write to:
Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, Longcross Street, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF24 0SZ.
Newport Local Visitor Information Centre
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:
Newport Local Visitor Information Centre, Library, Museum and Art Gallery Reception, John Frost Square, Newport, South Wales, NP20 1PA.
Should you need to report a crime in a non-emergency, you’re best off calling 101 – of course, in an emergency, it’s always best to call 999 – but you always have the option of going to your local police station. In Gwent, head over to:
Gwent Police, Turnpike Road, Cwmbran, Gwent, NP44 2XJ.
Royal Gwent Hospital
If you’re local to Newport, this is likely to be your nearest hospital. In an emergency, it’s always best to call 999, but in a non-emergency make your way to:
Royal Gwent Hospital, Cardiff Road, Newport, NP20 2UB.
Cardiff Civil and Family Justice Centre
If you have a legal problem around domestic violence, bankruptcy, or even a forced marriage, a family court could be where your case is heard. In Cardiff that’s the Civil and Family Justice Centre. The number is 029 2037 6400, and address is:
Cardiff Civil and Family Justice Centre, 2 Park Street, Cardiff, South Wales, CF10 1ET.