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We have solicitors who offer reliable legal help for those looking to make personal injury claims in Scotland.

Our experienced team has come across all sorts of personal injuries from varying accidents. You can trust us to devise an approach that'll get you compensated.

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If we think you might be able to make a personal injury claim, we will direct you to our incident form, which requests more information about your accident.

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After we receive the relevant information, we will assess the information you have provided and confirm if you have a valid claim and how much we think you may be able entitled to.

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If you are happy with everything we have discussed and you wish to pursue your claim, we will work with you to get you the maximum amount of compensation possible.

What Are The Types Of Personal Injury Claims?

People don't expect to be injured but when it happens, it can be a shock to many. Personal injury types vary and occur from many types of accidents. People may suffer strains, sprains, bruises, cuts, lacerations, breaks, whiplash, fractures, respiratory diseases, dermatological conditions, PTSD and many more.

Regardless of the severity of an injury that's another person's fault, you're entitled to personal injury compensation.

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What Is The Personal Injury Process in Scotland?

When you've been hurt due to another persons fault, you should contact a personal injury solicitor in order to make a personal injury claim. This is the first step when starting a legal process, of recovering compensation from the responsible party. In Scotland, we have a team of highly reliable personal injury solicitors, who can provide the necessary legal assistance to help you successfully, make a compensation claim. We have helped residents and workers in industries, warehouses, companies and other environments, obtain the compensation they deserve, following an incident that led to personal injury.

Some of the personal injury claims we can help you with include:

• Fracture compensation
• Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) claims
• Nerve damage claims
• Burn injury claims
• Life-changing injury claims
• Amputation claims
• Gas poisoning
• Hearing loss
• Sight loss

Since we take on your case on a "no win no fee" agreement, there's absolutely no reason you shouldn’t seek compensation, especially if you feel it was someone else's fault and they are to blame for your personal injury.

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Personal Injury Claim Time Limit in Scotland

In Scotland, you have a period of 3 years to make a personal injury claim which begins from either:

• The date of the accident or incident that led to the injury
• The date you originally noticed your health condition
• The date an occupational health condition was diagnosed

There are some exceptions, however, to the 3 year limit which include:

• Children under the age of 16 years of age, can only make a personal injury compensation claim when they reach 16. This is when their 3 year time limit begins. The alternative is to have a parent or guardian make an injury claim on their behalf.
• Claimants who suffered a brain injury during the accident, has no time limit to make a personal injury claim.

We advise you to take the shortest time possible to make any personal injury claim. This is because the evidence in accidents can disappear quickly and easily. It would help your case substantially, if we can work with you to retrieve reliable evidence as soon as possible.

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What Are Early Compensation Payments?

Personal Injury is always troubling and can affect a persons normal life to some degree. To ease the new challenges you might experience in life following an accident, our solicitors will work hard to get you an early compensation payment. Also regarded as interim payments, early compensations are part of your compensation, made in advance of the final settlement by the responsible party. This only happens with the agreement of the opponent, after they admit responsibility for your personal injury.

Early compensation payments go a long way in helping you pay for the additional expenses in your life after an accident.

An interim payment may help you pay:

• Essential bills if you're no longer able to work
• Care and domestic services that you now require
• Medical treatment and rehabilitation services
• Mobility and hearing aids or equipment
• Renovations or adaptations you have to make in your home
• Transport costs

Let our Scotland based personal injury solicitors negotiate and guide you on early compensation, to allow us to push forward and get you substantial compensation.

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Everyday We Help The People Of Scotland Claim What They Deserve

Here are just some of the people we've helped this year, using our Claims Management process.

Mike's Story...

I tripped on a piece of broken pavement in my local Borough. My injuries required surgery and although I am retired, I still wanted my local council to take responsibility for their negligence and pursued a personal injury claim with Nevis Beck. They were very professional throughout the whole process and managed to get me fair compensation without any hassle or complications due to their experience in dealing with compensation claims like mine. I would highly recommend them to anyone who has suffered an injury through no fault of their own!

Jane's Story...

I recently suffered an injury at work that was caused by my colleagues carelessness, and I was out of work for six months as a result. As soon as I hired Nevis Beck, they were incredibly helpful, contacting my employer on my behalf and keeping me up to date with the progress of my claim every step of the way. In the end, they won me an excellent settlement from my employer, which will allow me to take further time off work to fully recover, without worrying about money – something that would have been very difficult if it weren’t for their help.

What Should I Do After I've Had A Personal Injury?

After an accident or incident that led to personal injury, many people are confused and don't know what to do next. You'll need expert advice after a personal injury, especially if you feel it wasn't your fault. Feel free to contact our personal injury solicitors for no-obligation legal advice, on the steps required to claim injury compensation.

You can also do the following, if you're in a position to:

• Collect photographic evidence, as this can greatly help your claim case
• Identify a witness who can provide information that will build your case. A trusted co-worker or your trade union rep can assist. Passers-by, customers and other people may also be wiling to testify and support your claim.
• Ensure your employer records the incident in the accident book
• Keep an injury diary that supports medical evidence collected from your doctor
• Keep a record of any financial expenses incurred, following the accident

You don't have to be confused when you have suffered personal injury. Our reliable solicitors will guide you on the personal injury claims process and what to do next, to help you to seek compensation.

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Who Pays Your Personal Injury Compensation?

The payment of personal injury compensation is issued by various parties, depending on the situation that caused it. For example:

Compensation of a personal injury at the workplace, is paid by the employer's liability insurance cover. This encourages any employees injured within the workplace, to seek compensation, without worrying about affecting their relationship with their employers.

Compensation of personal injuries caused by insured vehicle drivers, are paid by their insurance company.

Compensation for personal injury caused by an uninsured motorist, is paid by the Motor Insurer's Bureau (MIB).

Personal injury compensation caused by accidents on badly maintained roads, is paid either by the local council or Highways England.

Some personal injuries may have been caused by other residents, such as an accident caused by a domestic pet or a livestock animal. If the owners don't have any insurance cover, they may need to pay you personally.

Regardless of the personal injury you've suffered, our competent solicitors will work hard to make sure the responsible party, compensates you appropriately.

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What Are The Most Common Types Of Personal Injuries In Scotland?

The following incidents and accidents cause the most common types of personal injury in Scotland:

Road Traffic Accidents (RTA)
Road Traffic Accidents can cause personal injuries to other motorists, motorcyclists, cyclists, and pedestrians. Common personal injuries caused by an RTA include whiplash, concussion, scarring, fractures and psychological trauma.

Workplace Accidents
Most workplace accidents lead to scratches, cuts, strains, sprains, bruising, lacerations, fractures, breaks, respiratory conditions, dermatological conditions, cancers and others.

Medical Negligence
Medical negligence also occurs in Scotland, which can cause personal injury. Personal injury commonly occurs when:
• A specialist fails to diagnose, delays diagnosis or misdiagnoses a condition leading to deterioration.
• Surgical errors that injure you or worsen your condition.
• Incorrect treatment including medical mis-prescription, incorrect dental or eye (Ophthalmological) treatment.

Slips, Trips and Falls
Slips, trips and falls are a common occurrence, which makes personal injuries sustained, very common. You could obtain scrapes, bruises or cuts, but it is possible to suffer serious injuries too, such as broken or fractured bones, spinal injuries or head and brain trauma.

Our solicitors have years of experience working on various personal injury cases. Rest assured that we'll go out of our way to get you the compensation you deserve, for any type of personal injury.

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Please see below common questions that are asked by clients, with answers provided by members of our specialist team.

I Have Suffered A Personal Injury At Work, But The Company Is No Longer In Business. Can I Still Make A Claim?

You can still claim compensation from a company that is no longer in business. You'll need to first track down the company's former insurance representative. Reliable solicitors can help since all employers are legally required to have Employer's Liability Insurance, to cover workplace injury claims. If the employer paid their insurance in full during the time of the workplace injury, then the insurers will have to pay compensation.

What Information Do You Need From Me To File A Personal Injury claim?

When processing your claim using our Claims Management process, you will be required to provide the following when making a personal injury claim: Personal Identification: For adequate proof of identification, to prevent fraudulent claims and money laundering. Medical Evidence: From your GP or physiotherapists, nurses and other specialists you may have been seen by. Photographic evidence showing the injuries, right after an injury and or subsequent scarring. Solicitors may also require physical evidence, which can be in form of a RIDDOR report or your employer's accident book detailing the workplace injury, emergency service reports or Police report, witnesses statements as well as financial records, of the expenses you incurred following a personal injury.

No One Witnessed My Injury. Can I Still Claim?

You could still make a personal injury claim even when there were no witnesses. Mostly in a personal injury case, evidence is in documentation forms, such as medical data, insurance forms and bills. If you have these without a witness there's still a chance you could win compensation. You should however be aware, that lack of any witnesses, lowers the success rate of a claim.