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 or company. Depending on the type and extent of the injuries you sustained, you may be able to claim multiple types of compensation.
General Damages are claimed when you are seeking compensation for injuries suffered. This can include but is not limited to your pain and suffering. Psychological injuries, such as post-traumatic stress disorder are also included in this category. If you have been involved in an accident in Scotland or suffered an injury as a result of any of the reasons listed below, then we may be able to help.
By utilising our services we can introduce you to a law firm who specialise purely in personal injury claims and who have specialists in the field of your particular type of personal injury. We will also provide you with updates, upon your request, and as often as you like. There may be times when your solicitor will ask you for further information. If that happens we are happy to help – even if it relates to filling in some forms.
The solicitors that we recommend can help you maximise your compensation and avoid the most common mistakes made by individuals not familiar with the legal process. Filing a compensation claim can be a major move and if done incorrectly can cost you money, time and peace of mind. Navigating Scotland’s intricate legal system can be overwhelming but with our recommended solicitor on board you will have access to a legal advisor who will be able to negotiate the maximum compensation possible for your injuries. There are many different types of claim compensation cases in Scotland, the two most common are: –
Road traffic accident claims are by far the most common type of accident experienced in Scotland and if you have been in a car or motorcycle wreck, you could be entitled to compensation. A road traffic accident claim is made against the driver who is found to be at fault for the accident. It is very important that both insurance companies be contacted immediately. This will help to indemnify the not-at-fault party from any liability. Our professional staff will introduce you to our exclusive legal partners to guide you through the intricate maze of accident compensation in Scotland and help you avoid the most common mistakes made by drivers unfamiliar with the proper procedures to follow.
If you are injured at work or sense that you employer is putting you at risk of injury, you are going to need to start keeping documentation of your concerns. Accidents that occur at your workplace and that are as a result of negligence on the part of your employer, require a very specific approach to guarantee you get the maximum compensation. Employers in Scotland are required to carry some form of liability insurance and once you have filed a letter of claim, your employer’s insurance liaison will schedule a meeting with you and your advisor. Employers in Scotland are required to keep track of their past accidents, risk assessments, and claims. A well-informed claims solicitor can get access to these documents and use them to further any potential claim.
Prior to filing any claim, your claims specialist should familiarise you with a few important details. Below are the most common questions answered by our claims specialist. Did you know that the first couple of minutes after a car accident are critically important to your compensation claim? You will need to make the right decisions to support your claim.
Many people wonder if they have a legitimate case. Speaking with one of our professionally trained advisors 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. Each case is different and that’s why it so important to examine the fine details of each claim.
Our services are provided on a “No win, no fee” policy. This means that if you claim is unsuccessful you will not pay anything for our services. We shoulder the risk of your claim so you can focus on getting back to living your life.
Choosing the right specialist comes down to a combination of trust and reputation. We regard our staff as Scotland’s finest and we pride ourselves on our specialist’s knowledge of Scotland’s local communities.
Using an accident claims company has its benefits. It is our job to help you complete your paperwork and to update you when you want to know whats going on with your claim. We work closely with a law firm in Glasgow who will negotiate the maximum amount of compensation that you are entitled to following your injury. By utilising their firm understanding of the legal system and our network in Scotland you are covered through every step of the claims compensation process.
Nobody should ever be wrongfully injured but when accidents occur we are only a phone call away.