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Important information about using the Thompsons website

Thompsons Solicitors is the trading name of Thompsons Solicitors LLP, a Limited Liability Partnership registered in England and Wales under number OC356468 and whose registered office is at Congress House, Great Russell Street, London, WC1B 3LW.

While every effort is made to ensure that the information on these pages is accurate and up-to-date, it should not be treated as a complete and authoritative statement of the Law and Thompsons Solicitors cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies and their consequences. The information contained on this site is not a substitute for legal advice and only applies in England and Wales. If you do have a legal problem, you should talk to a lawyer or adviser before making a decision about to do.

Any reference to a partner in relation to Thompsons Solicitors is to a member of Thompsons Solicitors LLP.

If you are seeking information on an aspect of Scottish Law or a legal problem that occurred in Scotland, please visit the Thompsons Scotland website. If you are seeking information on an aspect of Northern Ireland Law, or a legal problem that occurred in Northern Ireland, please visit the Thompsons NI website.

Thompsons is committed to equality of opportunity and all our services are available equally regardless of sex, race, age, disability, sexual orientation or religious belief, insofar as users are trade union members and their dependants, or are the victims of injury.

Thompsons Solicitors is authorised and regulated by:

The Solicitors Regulation Authority
Ipsley Court,
Berrington Close,
B98 0TD

Telephone 0870 606 2555
Email info.services@sra.org.uk
Web www.sra.org.uk

The professional rules governing Thompsons Solicitors can be found on the Solicitors Regulation Authority website on the Code of conduct page

Information required by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002 can be found on our regulatory information page.

If you wish to make comments on the content of this website, these should be emailed in the first instance to sitefeedback@thompsons.law.co.uk. For general enquiries about Thompsons, email enquiries@thompsons.law.co.uk.

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Please note that these email addresses cannot be used to contact individual solicitors, obtain legal advice or register claims. If you are a trade union member then ask your union rep for information about your union's legal services.

If you are not a union member and believe that you have a claim for personal injury, contact us on 08000 224 224 or complete one of our online personal injury compensation claim forms.

Thompsons does not deal with, or provide legal advice in respect of individual cases by email, and does not enter into correspondence by email that relates to individual cases. You can find useful information on the availability of legal aid in England and Wales here.

Although the email addresses on this site cannot be used to contact individual solicitors or to obtain legal advice, any personal details that you may send us via any of these addresses will be treated as confidential by Thompsons and, if they are kept on file, will be covered by the provisions of the Data Protection Act. However, as the security of information sent by email cannot be guaranteed, we recommend that you do not send us any unsolicited information of a confidential or sensitive nature by email. If you think you have a valid claim for compensation telephone us on 08000 224 224 or complete one of our online personal injury compensation claim forms.

The information contained on this site only applies in England and Wales and is not a substitute for legal advice. If your claim has to be pursued outside the Courts of England and Wales, different cost rules may well apply. Each case will be reviewed on its own merits and appropriate advice will be provided before any costs are incurred. Any mention of ‘cost free’, ‘100%’, no win no fee, etc. is referring to trade union members.