We operate a No Win No Fee service for individuals injured at work, in road traffic accidents or elsewhere, who wish to pursue a claim for damages. From intimating your claim on the relevant parties, arranging specialist medical reports and representing you in court where necessary, we can assist you with every stage of your claim at no cost to you.
No Win No Fee Claims
After you speak to one of our solicitors, we will advise you whether or not you have a valid claim for compensation. If you do have a valid claim, we will act for you on a No Win No Fee basis, which means if your claim is unsuccessful you will not pay us a penny. We will discuss the procedure for making a claim with you, which generally will involve obtaining expert medical reports and quantifying your claim, and answer any questions you may have. If your claim is successful, we charge a success fee of up to 10% of the compensation recovered on your behalf.
Personal Injury Claims
As part of our No Win No Fee service, we will carry out a full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident which resulted in your injury, at no cost to you. We will obtain specialist reports where necessary, including reports from employment specialists regarding any loss of past or future earnings you may have, and medico-legal reports from medical experts who specialise in the type of injury you have suffered. From there, we will quantify your claim and seek compensation on your behalf.
Road Traffic Accident Claims
Every year thousands of people are injured on Scotland’s roads in accidents which were not their fault. As part of our No Win No Fee service for those injured in road traffic accidents, we will obtain the police report of the accident and details of the police investigation, together with the details of the driver who caused the accident. We will then contact the driver at fault, or their insurance company, and intimate a claim on your behalf.
If we are unable to take on your case on a No Win No Fee basis, funding may be available to progress your claim from the Scottish Legal Aid Board. For more information please visit their website at http://www.slab.org.uk/