We make getting compensation easier by helping you access the best options for you.
If you live in Scotland and have been wrongfully injured, you may be entitled to compensation. Compensation claims are paid
when it is established or accepted that your accident or illness is a result of negligence on the part of another individual
Our services are provided on a “No win, no fee” policy. This means that if your claim is unsuccessful you will not pay anything for our services. We shoulder the risk of initiating your claim so you can focus on getting back to living your life.
Road traffic accident claims can be stressful and if not handled correctly, they can end up costing thousands of pounds in lost compensation and wasted time.
No matter what type of accident you are in, our road traffic claim specialists can help you to formulate the most effective compensation strategy possible. Our expert team can help you to deal with a variety of road traffic claims, including but not limited to:
Work accidents are becoming more common and according to statistics recently published by the Health and Safety Executive, there were 6,560 non-fatal work accidents reported in Scotland between 2015/16.
You are eligible to receive compensation for all of your injuries if they were caused by your work accident. Below is a list of the most common work injuries sustained in Scotland.
Obtaining medical negligence compensation can be critical to the healing process of someone injured through an act deemed as medical negligence.
There are many types of medical negligence injuries sustained in Scotland every year and below are the most common injuries resulting from unprofessional medical behaviour.
And many more…
It is an employer’s duty to take care of their workforce. This care includes a responsibility to ensure that the working environment is in the best possible condition at all times.
However, reports have shown that this is not always the case. In fact, industrial injuries and accidents have been on the increase in recent times; hence, it is necessary that a compensation plan is in place when you face such a situation. As working conditions vary, so do the level of industrial injuries or accidents. Here are a few short examples of some common illnesses:
Many people wonder if they have a legitimate case. Speaking with one of our professionally trained partners can help to guide you in the right direction and help you to make an informed decision on what to do next. This question cannot be answered properly until your case’s circumstances have been examined. We work with a small panel of personal injury specialist solicitors who help assess your claim.