Thompsons Solicitors were able to secure a highly successful outcome for our client who was badly injured in a fall caused by poorly maintained pavements. Our client who has asked not to be named was having a meal out in Glasgow’s Southside with friends. After her meal was finished she made her way home but tripped over a missing paving slab in the Battlefield area of the city. She fell badly injuring her hands and wrist. As a trade union member our client knew that she could call on Scotland most experienced team of personal injury lawyers at Thompsons. This service is included as part of her trade union membership.
Thompsons are Scotland’s leading law firm representing people struck down by industrial disease. Whether it be an asbestos related disease, a vibration condition from using power tools or industrial hearing loss our specialist team of lawyers have years of experience in standing up for victims all over the country. The vast majority of the cases we take on end in a successful payout for our clients. Thompsons are also Scotland's leading trade union lawyers and as such we have a track record second to none when it comes to representing union members and their families.
Thompsons record on highlighting health and safety concerns is second to none. A good example of this is the help we’re currently offering to dozens of cyclist injured after becoming caught in tram lines. We’re representing these victims to ensure they are properly compensated for their injuries many of which are serious but more than that we want the city council to change the design of the tracks so no one else is injured. Stewart White from Thompsons is a lawyer who specialises in this type of injury. Here he talks to BBC Scotland about his cases and what the council can do to make things better.
Thompsons Partner and Scotland’s highest profile solicitor Patrick McGuire speaks with the Evening Times about families affected by a large explosion on a building site. Residents of Eaglesham village south of Glasgow tuned to Thompsons after their community was shaken by the huge explosion which took place on a nearby construction site.
Thompsons senior partner Syd Smith speaks to BBC Scotland about the myth peddled by the insurance industry of a compensation culture. Syd explains how this ruse is used by the well healed insurance industry to put off ordinary working people from seeking justice. The nonsense of the so called compensation culture is something Thompsons will never stop fighting against. It prevents ordinary people seeking justice and seeks to undermine all the gains that have been made over the years to improve health and safety.
Thompsons Solicitors are at the forefront in the fight for justice for victims of Surgical Mesh. Thousands of victims across Scotland, the majority of whom are women, have been left in severe pain following operations involving mesh. Many of our clients feel abandoned by the health authorities. Thompsons have taken the lead in calling on the Scottish Government to intervene in this growing scandal not just to help victims of mesh but to make sure that no more Scots fall victim to this faulty medical product.
Thompsons Solicitors, Scotland’s award-winning law firm is arriving in the Borders. We have offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Peebles and are very excited about the opening of our new office in Channel Street, Galashiels. People in the Borders deserve the best possible legal services and Thompsons is determined to provide them.
Thompsons is Scotland’s leading law firm campaigning on health and safety issues. So we’re absolutely delighted to be teaming up with road safety charity BRAKE to engage young people throughout Scotland on safe driving. We’ll be taking the message into schools across the country, working to cut the number of young lives needlessly cut short and prevent life-changing serious injuries.
Thompsons partner Andrew Henderson is head of the Firm’s Serious and Fatal Injuries Unit. His team of lawyers represent 31 Clutha victims caught up in the tragedy when a police helicopter crashed on to the Clutha pub in Glasgow city centre on November 29th last year.
For immediate releaseMy name is Patrick McGuire, I'm a partner with Thompsons Solicitors and the lawyer representing the families at this inquiry which examined events at the Vale of Leven Hospital during the outbreak of C. Difficile that began 2007.