No Win No Fee Solicitors in Surrey
We have solicitors in Surrey who are experts in all areas of the law
There were 244 people found guilty of careless driving on Surrey’s roads in 2014, caused by things such as using a mobile phone behind the wheel. The solicitors available through First4lawyers have experience in that area of the law, just as they do with things such as wills and estate planning, and even employment law and insolvency.
Our experienced legal experts are located throughout Surrey and in the neighbouring counties. Whether you live in Guildford, Sutton, Redhill, or even places like Woking and Farnborough, help isn’t far away.
Simply get in touch with us and we’ll start looking into how we can help you straight away.
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.
Very professional, helpful, nothing is too much of a problem. Definitely a company to which I'll return in the case of another accident.
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?
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.
Claims have already been made all across Surrey
Using our special Claims Map, which collates 2014 data from across the UK, it’s possible to gauge just how many claims have been made by people like you. Below are only some of the stats.
Surrey County Council
Although it’s headquartered in Kingston-upon-Thames, now technically part of Greater London, Surrey County Council still deals with things like schools and the environment for towns such as Guildford, Woking, and Godalming. If you have a query, you have the option of calling 03456 009 009, or visiting in person:
Surrey County Council, Contact Centre, Room 296-298, County Hall, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2DN.
Citizens Advice Woking
Should you have a problem and need neutral and independent advice on a subject such as consumer issues, relationships or immigration, your local Citizens Advice Bureau is ideal. A charity designed to do just that, Woking citizens can reach their local office on 01483 541666, or can drop in at:
Citizens Advice Woking, Provincial House, 26 Commercial Way, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6EN.
Sutton Social Security and Child Support Tribunal
As the name suggests, hearings related to social security and child support issues are heard here. Covering Sutton and the surrounding area, if you want details about a hearing concerning you or a loved one you can call on 0300 123 1142. Should you need to attend, the address is:
Sutton Social Security and Child Support Tribunal, Copthall House, 9 The Pavement, Grove Road, Sutton, London, SM1 1DA.
Royal Surrey County Hospital
The primary hospital in the area, its catchment spreads far beyond Guildford and well into the many satellite towns and villages. As well as offering an A&E department, it also offers outpatient and maternity care, and much more. Questions or complaints can either go through the main switchboard on 01483 571122, or can be sent via post:
Royal Surrey County Hospital, Egerton Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XX.
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Covering healthcare in places in East Surrey such as Reigate and Redhill, and into Sussex via towns like Crawley and Horsham, questions relating to local hospitals, surgeries or clinics in the region can go through this NHS Trust. You can contact them by phone on 01737 768511, or go in person:
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust, Trust Headquarters, East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 5RH.
Rushmoor Borough Council
Straddling the border between Surrey and Hampshire, Rushmoor Borough Council deals with things such as tax and recycling for Farnborough, Aldershot and North Camp. If you have a concern or complaint with a local service or amenity, call on 01252 398399, or send a letter to:
Rushmoor Borough Council, Council Offices, Farnborough Road, Farnborough, Hampshire, GU14 7JU.
Age Concern Woking
Age Concern works to provide friendship and support to the elderly throughout the UK. Similarly, the Woking branch offers a free service to older citizens that includes home-from-hospital and emergency help. If you want to know more, the phone number is 01483 770753, while the office is at:
Age Concern Woking, Moorcroft Centre, Old School Place, Westfield, Woking, Surrey County, GU22 9LY.
Guildford Police Station
The best and quickest method for contacting Surrey Police in a non-emergency if you’re in the county is by calling 101. If you’re in Guildford and you’d rather make a visit in person, the local police station can be found at:
Guildford Police Station, Margaret Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4QS.