Personal Injuries in Scotland

Did you know that the way in which court cases are dealt with in Scotland is different to the way in which they are dealt with in the rest of the UK? This is because Scotland has its own legal system and its own procedures and practices.

This means that if you suffer an accident of any sort in Scotland and decide to make a claim for compensation, the law of Scotland will usually apply.

You will need to consult a solicitor who is qualified in Scots Law and any No Win No Fee agreement you sign with them will also need to conform to the Scottish rules as well.

Claiming for Personal Injuries in Scotland

As in the rest of the UK, you can make a Scottish personal injuries claim for a huge range of different types of accident and incidents. This includes, for example:

Over the years we have found that certain parts of Scotland are more prone to certain types of accident claims than others. For example, Clydeside and Greater Glasgow have a higher level of asbestos-related compensation claims, due to the heavy industries that used to be dominant in those areas.

In more recent years, there has been a bit of an increase in cycling-related personal injuries in Edinburgh, due to the tram works.

Scottish Personal Injuries Lawyers

Thompsons' compensation solicitors are experts in advising people about compensation claims of all sorts. We have an excellent success rate - we win over 90% of our personal injury cases and recover over £1 million every week for our clients.

Our compensation claims solicitors are sympathetic and approachable, and will do their utmost to obtain the maximum amount of compensation for you, in the shortest possible time.

Injured through no fault of your own? Call us on 0800 0891 331 to see how much you could claim.

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