If you’ve been injured in an accident through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to claim compensation. It doesn’t matter if you live on the South coast of England or in the North of Scotland, we will be able to find the right lawyer for your case. Below are some examples of the work that we do every day.
Car accident injury lawyers in Scotland
We are often asked to help people who have been injured in a car accident that was not their fault. Some people start their claim straight away whilst others take some time to decide what to do. You have up to three years to make a claim. Your lawyer will collect information about how the accident happened and about your injury. They will also look at how the injuries are affecting you financially, perhaps due to lost earnings or additional child care bills. This sort of information is taken into account when the compensation amount is being settled. Some claims take longer than others to sort out but very few actually appear in court.
Injury lawyers in Scotland for accidents at work
Many of our injury lawyers in Scotland are working for clients who have been injured at work. In such cases, a claim is made against their employer’s liability insurance. Some of the clients started this claim by using Accident Advice Helpline’s 30-second test to assess quickly if their claim was likely to succeed. We invite you to try this yourself before being put in touch with our injury lawyers in Scotland. If you prefer to contact us by telephone, our highly trained professional advisers are waiting to help. Remember, all our lawyers work on a no win no fee* basis and so theare no huge upfront legal payments to start the claims process.
Slip, trip and fall injury lawyers in Scotland
Many of our injury lawyers in Scotland are working on behalf of clients who have had a slip, trip or fall when they were out and about, perhaps on the street, in a car park, in shop, restaurant or cinema. Such claims are typically made against a public liability insurance policy. Most cases are handled over the telephone and do not involve a visit to a lawyer’s office. This is a particular advantage for those living in remote parts of Scotland for whom travel may be expensive and time consuming. They may have to make one visit to a local medical expert so that an independent medical assessment of the injuries can be prepared.
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