No Win No Fee Solicitors in Sussex

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About No Win No Fee

Only pay a fee if you receive compensation

Where we offer No Win No Fee services typically customers pay 25% of the amount recovered by our solicitors, although this will be subject to your individual circumstances and the actual fee may be less than this but it will never be more. Success fees are common practice and they were introduced when the law changed in April 2013.

Local Organisations

Brighton and Hove City Council

Brighton and Hove City Council takes care of many things in the local area: social care and children’s services to name just two.

Address:

Brighton and Hove City Council,
Bartholomew House,
Bartholomew Square,
Brighton
BN1 1JE

Contact details:

Call: 01273 290 000

Brighton John Street Police Station

Keeping Sussex safe, from Chichester in the west to Hastings in the east, Sussex Police can be contacted in emergency situations (call 999) and in non-urgent cases (call 101). Please note that the HQ in Lewes is not open to the public.

Address:

Brighton John Street Police Station,
John Street,
Brighton
BN2 0LA

Contact details:

Call 101 - the non-emergency number

Portsmouth Combined Court Centre

A large variety of cases are heard at Portsmouth Combined Court Centre. From adoption, to forced marriages and housing possession.

Address:

Portsmouth Combined Court Centre,
The Courts of Justice,
Winston Churchill Avenue,
Portsmouth,
Hampshire
PO1 2EB

Contact details:

Call: 02392 893 000

Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth

If you have an accident in the Portsmouth area, you may be taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital if you phone the emergency services on 999.

Address:

Queen Alexandra Hospital,
Southwick Hill Rd,
Portsmouth,
Hampshire
PO6 3LY

Contact details:

Call: 0239 228 6000

Mind - Coastal West Sussex, Chichester

A charity that seeks to change the way people view mental health, Mind are there for people affected by anything from social disorders to dementia.

Address:

Mind - Coastal West Sussex,
Suite 3, Forum House Business Centre,
Stirling Rd,
Chichester,
West Sussex
PO19 7DN

Contact details:

Call: 01243 787878

Waterlooville Police Station

Should they ever be a victim of, or witness to, a crime, those living in or near Waterlooville have the option of reporting it in person as well as doing so over the phone. If it’s a non-emergency, the best number to call is 101 for local police.

Address:

Waterlooville Police Station,
Swiss Road,
Waterlooville
PO7 7FX

Contact details:

Call 101 - the non-emergency number

Central and South Sussex Citizens Advice Bureau, Worthing

Central and South Sussex CAB’s Worthing branch is like many others you can find up and down the UK. A charity that exists to provide objective and free advice, it will help you with anything from rights at work to debt.

Address:

Central and South Sussex CAB (Worthing),
Worthing Town Hall,
Chapel Road,
Worthing,
West Sussex
BN11 1HA

Contact details:

Call: 0344 477 1171

Portsmouth City Council

Portsmouth's local city council deals with housing issues, libraries, pest control and much more. It’s also responsible for the upkeep of civic spaces, which can make it liable for certain types of accidents that occur in those areas.

Address:

Portsmouth City Council,
Civic Offices,
Guildhall Square,
Portsmouth
PO1 2PQ

Contact details:

Call:  023 9282 2251

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