Privacy Policy

The Injury Claims Service is an organisation of independent personal injury solicitors – each regulated by the Law Society and accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers. As an organisation and as individuals we comply with the Solicitor’s Code of Conduct (2007) as published by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.

Your Privacy on the Web

The Injury Claims Service neither stores data relating to individuals visiting this web site nor employs the use of html “cookies” to track your browsing preferences. We do collect web statistics relating to the volume of visitors to our site, but none of this information can be traced back to individual users. We advise you to check the privacy policy of web sites that may link to us, as the same levels of privacy cannot be guaranteed.

Requests for Legal Assistance

Each page on the Injury Claims Service web site contains forms which you are invited to complete and submit if you would like a personal injury solicitor to contact you directly. These forms are sent directly to the solicitors and no database of your personal details is maintained or shared with any other party. Naturally, any conversations between yourself and our solicitors are strictly confidential.

Further Information

If you would like further information in respect of our privacy policy and the accreditation of the solicitors who provide advice on the Injury Claims Service, you are welcome to contact us via our free injury claims advice service. We guarantee to respect your privacy.

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