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A national, Lexcel and Legal 500 accredited law firm, CTS Claim Today Solicitors have been offering award-winning legal services for over 15 years.
Our lawyers have years of experience in dealing with Personal and Serious Injury, Medical Negligence, and Holiday claims. We know the process can be daunting, but offer clear and reliable advice, guiding you every step of the way.
We pride ourselves on providing an accessible, personal service, and have been nationally recognised by the Cabinet Office as the first law firm to receive the Customer Service Excellence Award. At CTS Claim Today Solicitors our solicitors are fluent in many languages, so that you can always feel comfortable and well understood.
Adjusting to life after a serious injury can be a devastating experience for you and your family. At CTS Claim Today Solicitors, we understand that repairing the damage of a serious injury goes beyond financial compensation.Find out more
If you have been injured in accident that wasn’t your fault, then you may be entitled to compensation. At Claim Today, we’re different from other Personal Injury Solicitors; we operate with complete transparency and our goal isn’t to make money for us - it is to gain compensation and justice for you.Register a claim
CTS have made it simple for you to start your claim. Call us free on 0800 093 93 92 or fill our quick online form and we will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Our expert solicitors understand how stressful making a claim can be, particularly if you are suffering from illness or injury. We will handle all the tricky paper work and guide you all the way.
If your claim is successful, we will ensure you receive maximum compensation. Simple!
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