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Welcome to Legal library, the home of free legal advice. The Legal Advice Projects have been designed to give free advice and information on legal matters which concern most people. We offer the truth about No Win No fee and Advice on Accident Claim Compensation.
It offers help where the aid of a solicitor is unnecessary. We give you and your loved ones access to free legal advice and services. Our expert Law Answers legal team at each of our micro-sites will give you answers to your individual law questions.
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This free Legal site is as simple as it gets in terms of website usability: Just go to answer my legal question to request legal advice. You will always get a private and personal response to your question from a professional solicitor by email if you require it, but we ask you to grant us permission to anonymous your question and place it online with the answer for the benefit of others who might – in the future – face the same problem. However if you request confidentiality we will respect your decision and not publish your question or our answer but only respond directly and privately to you.
We display a searchable archive of our answered questions here for the benefit of others who might encounter similar problems in years to come. As the archive builds, you will be able to follow the “topic” links to access answers by subject area or use the internal search to obtain more specific road law and accident legal results.
We endeavour to respond to any question within the day, and only in the most exceptional circumstances will a response take more than 24 hours.
We are a virtual lawyer and not a single person but draws on the collective experience of expert specialist solicitors, all regulated by the Law Society, who are part of the Law Answers network.
While the advice provided is of the highest possible quality it should only be regarded as general guidance and does not comprise a substitute for detailed, individual legal advice about the circumstances of your particular case.