If you’ve suffered an injury where someone else was either partly or fully to blame, Slater and Gordon Lawyers can help. Our expert personal injury solicitors can assist you in making a claim, offering you immediate legal representation and rehabilitation support anywhere in Scotland.
You can call us on freephone [[CallBackNumber]] 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and we’ll be happy to help. Alternatively, you can contact us online and we’ll call you back at a time that suits you.
No Win, No Fee personal injury claims in Scotland
Slater and Gordon Lawyers is one of the UK’s largest and most well-known consumer law firms, with offices in Scotland, England and Wales. Our Scottish solicitors can operate a No Win, No Fee service and can assist you in making a No Win, No Fee claim. You can trust us to get you the compensation you deserve.
How to claim personal injury compensation
If you’ve been injured, you can call us on freephone [[CallBackNumber]] for a consultation to discuss your case. Alternatively, you can start your claim online and tell us when to call you.
You’ll need to provide us with the details of what happened to you and information about your personal injuries. For example, if you were injured in a car accident, we’ll need the details of when and where the incident occurred and who else was involved, or if you’re claiming compensation for a work accident or an asbestos related disease, we’ll need details about your employers.
It also helps if you can provide evidence of the incident, such as photographs, video footage or witness statements. This information could help support your case if you choose to proceed with a claim.
One of our specialist personal injury solicitors will evaluate your compensation claim based on the information and evidence you’ve provided. We’ll be able to tell you how successful we think your personal injury claim is likely to be. We appreciate that every claim is completely different, so we endeavour to assess each one on a case by case basis. Our services are 100% confidential and we aim to treat each case with the utmost sensitivity and care from start to finish.
It’s important to note that there are time limits in making a claim for personal injury. In Scotland, the “Prescription and Limitation (Scotland) Act” sets rules about when claims should be made. The general rule is that a claim should be made within three years from the date the incident occurred or the date you first realised you had suffered an injury due to someone else’s negligence.
If you’re a family member claiming on behalf of someone who has died, the claim must be made within three years of the date of their death. In Scotland, time limits for children don’t begin until they reach 16 years old and in cases where the injured person lacks mental capacity, there’s no time limit.
When bringing a case which took place whilst abroad, local laws may apply and time limits may vary. It’s therefore important if you’ve suffered a personal injury to contact Slater and Gordon’s specialist personal injury lawyers as soon as possible once the incident has occurred. We’ll be able to let you know if you can make a claim.
About our personal injury solicitors in Scotland
Our team of personal injury solicitors in Scotland, based in our Edinburgh office, has particular expertise in accidents at work, including industrial diseases such as asbestosis and mesothelioma, road traffic accidents and whiplash claims, public liability accidents and claims against highway authorities.
We use all our combined legal expertise to get the best possible results for those injured in accidents across Scotland and the rest of the UK due to someone else’s negligence.
Slater and Gordon Lawyers have secured hundreds of millions of pounds in personal injury compensation for people injured in accidents ranging from cycling and road traffic accident claims to brain injury, industrial disease and spinal injury compensation claims.
Why choose Slater and Gordon?
We prioritise our clients above anything else. If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, even if they’re only partly to blame, we’re here to help. Before you start a claim with us, we’ll let you know how successful we think it’s likely to be, helping to manage your expectations. If you decide to go ahead with the process, we’ll work in close contact with you, offering you the advice and support you need every step of the way.
Our solicitors have the expert knowledge and resources to help you with your claim. We’re professional and friendly in our approach, dealing with your case in a timely, compassionate manner. Regardless of the details of your situation, you can talk to us in complete confidence.
For a personal injury consultation, get in touch with us. You can call us on freephone [[CallBackNumber]] or you can contact us online and we’ll call you back at a convenient time.