London - Condor House
About our London Condor House office
A sister branch to Thompsons’ long-term headquarters at Congress House, this second Thompsons Solicitors office is home to over 90 staff including a large team of specialist personal injury solicitors and the firm’s largest employment rights team.
The personal injury specialists based at Condor House support thousands of people injured in public places, work accidents or road accidents from across the Greater London area. Specialists within this team deal with catastrophic or serious injury claims. There is also a specialist clinical negligence team.
If you’d like to make a compensation claim or receive free legal advice, contact 0330 162 9709, complete our online claim form. If you claim is already in progress with our solicitors in London, you can speak to them on 0207 2 900 000.
5-10 St Paul's Churchyard
Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm.
The London team wins, on average:
- More than 450 cases every year
- More than £18.5 million in damages every year
- More than £6.4 million in compensation for clients injured at work each year
I was pleased with the service I received from Thompsons Solicitors. My phone calls were answered promptly and everything explained clearly. The solicitor dealing with my case was polite and professional.
This office is based on the fourth floor of Condor House, which is accessible by lift or stairs. Should you have special requirements for your visit to our Condor House, our team is on hand to help – please contact the office for more information on how we can assist.
Our office is within easy walking distance of St Paul’s Underground Station and Blackfriars Underground Station. City Thameslink Station is just short walk from Condor House. Disabled parking can be reserved in advance.
Please use the following PO Box unique to the Condor House office for all postal correspondence:
PO box 11032, Nottingham NG1 9PF
Standing up for you since 1921
Every year, we secure millions of pounds in compensation for those who have been disadvantaged or marginalised due to injury. And as long as there are employers who put profit before the safety and rights of their workforce, we will be here to help. We continue to expose injustice, hold those responsible to account and campaign for positive change. As a point of principle, we will never work for employers or insurers.Learn more about Thompsons Law