Chambers is a term used to refer to the office or work space of a barrister, or a group of barristers. Barristers in the UK are self-employed, and they usually work in chambers, which are usually made up of a group of barristers who share resources, such as administrative staff and library facilities.

In the context of a personal injury claim, if a barrister is instructed in your case, they will work out of their chambers, where they will prepare your case, conduct research and prepare legal documents. They may also use the facilities in their chambers to meet with clients, including yourself.

It's worth noting that barristers in chambers often specialise in specific areas of law, such as personal injury, criminal law, or family law.

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