At Lamb Brooks, we appreciate that many people are concerned about seeking legal advice due to the expense it might incur. We’d like to put your mind at rest here.


To begin with, all initial discussions with the Lamb Brooks team – a conversation to determine whether you have a case or not – are free of charge.


When pursuing a case, many people already have some sort of insurance cover for legal expenses. This could be part of your household contents insurance, some car insurance policies, trade union membership, credit cards or other insurance policies you might have. It is always worth checking whether you already hold a policy to help fund your claim.


If you don’t have any legal expenses cover available to you then we offer a ‘conditional fee agreement’ (often referred to as ‘no win, no fee’). This means that if the medical claim is lost, you will pay nothing to the firm. If you win the claim you will receive at least 75% of the damages awarded to you.


The Lamb Brooks team is always happy to explain costs to you in a clear way and to answer any questions you might have throughout the process in Basingstoke, Hampshire.

"Thank you so much for your superb representation and help as I sought compensation for the car crash. You were everything I hoped for and needed: crystal clear, approachable, efficient, sympathetic, ethical, patient and highly effective. I would unreservedly recommend you to anyone seeking similar help."


Key Contacts

Andrew Lowe

Head of Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence

Hayley Emmerson

Associate Solicitor

Victoria Pettit-Mills

Associate Solicitor

Clare Galvani

Litigation Executive

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