No Win No Fee Solicitors in Thames Valley area

If you're looking for legal help in the Thames Valley area, look no further. First4Lawyers have specialists across the region, just get in touch and tell us what you need.

Legal issues solved for those in the Thames Valley.

Our lawyers are available throughout the Thames Valley, in the event of personal law problems, such as dealing with the Court of Protection, or business litigation surrounding things such as intellectual property.

Whatever the area of speciality, we have a legal expert near you with the relevant experience, whether you live in Oxford, Reading, Swindon or Slough.

Get in touch to discuss your requirements and we'll match you with a local specialist solicitor.

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. Success fees are common practice and they were introduced when the law changed in April 2013.

First4Lawyers are an award-winning claims management company with a track record of delivering service that our clients love.

*Excluding Road Traffic Accident related claims where the accident happened on or after 31st May 2021. Here customers will typically pay 30% + VAT due to changes introduced through the Civil Liability Act 2018.

Local Organisations

Safe! Support for Young People Affected by Crime

Those aged between eight and 25 living in Oxfordshire or Berkshire can lean on Safe! if they’ve been affected by crime. It works to ensure all young people feel safe at home, school or work despite what may have happened to them.


Unit 9 – Standingford House,
26 Cave Street,
St Clements,

Contact details:

Call: 01865 582 495

Reading Borough Council

Dealing with parking, benefits, social care and much more, Reading Borough Council is responsible for a great deal in the local area.


Reading Borough Council,
Civic Offices,
Bridge Street,

Contact details:

Call: 0118 937 3787

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

NHS Foundation Trusts are at the centre of healthcare in every local area, and can be called upon to answer all kinds of queries. For those in and around Oxford, theirs is the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.


Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,
John Radcliffe Hospital,
Headley Way,

Contact details:

Call: 01865 741 166

Wokingham Borough Council

For questions about local services like libraries and road maintenance in the Wokingham area, the local borough council should be your first port of call.


Wokingham Borough Council,
Civic Offices,
Shute End,
RG40 1BN

Contact details:

Call: 0118 974 6000

Swindon Magistrates' Court

Swindon Magistrates’ Court deals with all kinds of offences in the local area, including driving violations.


Swindon Magistrates' Court,
Princes Street,

Contact details:

Call: 01793 699 800

Reading Police Station

Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Reading Police Station is one of Thames Valley Police’s most important locations.


Reading Police Station,
Castle Street,

Contact details:

Call 101 - the non-emergency number

Citizens Advice Oxfordshire

Bureaux such as Banbury, Oxford and Didcot fall under the umbrella of Citizens Advice Oxfordshire, which provides neutral guidance for local people facing all kinds of problems, from education to tax to health.


Oxford Citizens Advice Bureau,
95 St. Aldate's,

Contact details:

Call: 0344 411 1444

Slough County Court and Family Court Hearing Centre

Money claims and cases involving children are just some of the types of hearings conducted at Slough County Court and Family Court Hearing Centre.


Slough County Court and Family Court Hearing Centre,
The Law Courts,
Windsor Road,

Contact details:

Call: 01753 690 300

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