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If you want to make a personal injury claim, do so quickly, as there is a three-year time limit after which you lose your chance to make a claim. The most common personal injury claim in Scotland is medical negligence; if you want to make a claim, contact us at 0141 280 6321

Get Compensation For Personal Injuries In Scotland with PICS:

Experiencing an accident is not just physically painful but emotionally jarring, too, especially when there’s the added pain of personal injuries. In such times, navigating the maze of compensation claims can feel overwhelming. You need someone like us to help you deal with the claims process so you can focus on recovery with peace of mind; here is why you should choose us. 

Vast Network: At PICS, we pride ourselves on having a large network of personal injury solicitors in Scotland. This means wherever you are, we have got someone nearby to assist you.

Specialists for Every Case: Not all personal injuries are the same. From accidents at work to road traffic accidents and beyond, there’s no accident scenario we aren’t familiar with. Our network has a wide range of Personal Injury Lawyers in Scotland for every type of personal injury claim. 

Professional Service: With a mix of professionalism and personal touch, we strive to get you the best deal, making sure you get the compensation you rightfully deserve as soon as possible

Here's how you can get started with PICS:

  1. Contact us: Just tell us what happened and provide all the details about your injury.
  2. Meet Your Solicitor: Depending on the type of accident you have been through, we will pair you with a solicitor who’s an expert in that area.
  3. Heart-to-Heart with Your Solicitor: Have a chat and lay out the details. They are here to guide and stand by you.
  4. Get What’s Yours: With our tenacious team on your side, we will ensure you get compensated, and justly so.

Accidents can be stressful, but with PICS by your side, the path to compensation is smoother. We will make sure that your rights are protected and that you are compensated fairly.

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Our professional compensation advisor will discuss your claim and advise you if you can make a claim for compensation.

Make A Claim With Our Personal Injury Solicitors In Scotland:

Reach Out To Us: The first step is simple. Contact us. You don’t need to worry about the complexities; just let us know what happened.

We Listen and Advise: Our Panel’s solicitors in Scotland will listen to your story. They will advise you on what to do next and explain how the claims process works. They are there to make things clear and straightforward for you.

Gathering Evidence: Your specialist personal injury solicitor will help you gather all the necessary evidence, including medical reports, witness statements, or any other documentation that supports your claim.

Building Your Case: With solid evidence, your solicitor will put together your case. They will handle the legal paperwork and ensure everything is in order for a strong claim.

Negotiating Compensation: Next, your solicitor will negotiate on your behalf. Their goal is to get you fair compensation for your injury. They will negotiate with the other party or their insurance company and fight for your rights.

Resolution: The final step is resolution. This might mean receiving compensation without going to court, or it could involve a court case. Either way, your solicitor will be with you at every step, aiming for the best possible outcome.

With our experienced personal injury solicitors in Scotland, you’re not just getting legal advice; you’re gaining a supportive ally. We understand the emotional and physical toll of personal injuries, and we’re committed to making your claims process as stress-free as possible.

Angela Thames, Medical Negligence Compensation

After an accident at the ice rink, I was left with a broken arm. I should have got physiotherapy within 10 days of my arm operation. Unfortunately, this did not occur, and as a result, I had an exceedingly stiff shoulder. I am pleased to report that after contacting PICS Partnership, I was awarded £5650.00 for medical negligence, for which I am really thankful.

Sarah Connor

My claim was handled by Adam. He's a wonderful man in every way, and he excels at what he does. Adam and I both had to be very patient and persistent in order to address my problem. We sued them and were successful. Adam, please accept my heartfelt thanks for your professionalism; I will not hesitate to suggest PICS to friends and family.

James Gilbride

I had a great experience making a claim with HD Claims; they were responsive, helpful, and efficient throughout the entire process. I intend to use them again in the future.

No Win, No Fee Personal Injury Solicitors Scotland - Free Consultation:

If you have suffered a personal injury in an accident that was not your fault, you probably want to make a claim to get compensation for your injuries and damages. However, you might hesitate because of legal costs; if so, you are not alone. Many people feel the same way. That’s why our no win no fee solicitors in Scotland offer a free consultation service.

Free Consultation: Here's What It Means for You:

Zero Upfront Costs: PICS provides free initial consultation; you don’t have to pay a single penny.

Straight Talk, No Jargon: Our Panel’s solicitors know the Scottish personal injury law inside out. They also know that legal terms can be confusing to someone, not from the legal field. That’s why, in your free consultation, they will break things down in simple words, making sure you understand every bit of it.

A Listening Ear: We know that every accident and injury is unique. During the consultation, our panel’s solicitors will give you their full attention. They will listen to your story, ensuring they get all the details right.

Clear Next Steps: At the end of the free consultation, you will have a deeper understanding of the strength and validity of your claim. You will know the next steps you can take if you want to proceed. 

We believe justice should be available to anyone regardless of their social status and financial situation. We offer free consultation to fulfil our vision. You can step into our office, talk to an expert, and leave with a clear path forward, all without any cost.

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Our dedicated claims advisors are always available to offer free legal advice.

100% No Win No Fee Claims

All our claims are processed on a No Win No Fee basis, you pay nothing if you lose.

Millions Secured in Damages

To date we have secured millions in damages.

Thousands of Satisfied Clients

To date we have helped thousands of clients recover compensation, and continue to do so.

Get Free Expert Personal Injury Legal Advice In Scotland:

  • Accidents can shake us up. Navigating the aftermath can be challenging. That’s why, in Scotland, we offer free expert legal advice for personal injuries; here is how it works:

    • Contact Us: Simply reach out; our friendly team is ready to listen and help.
    • Meet Our Experts: Our Panel’s seasoned solicitors are here to offer advice. They have seen it all and are well-equipped to guide you.
    • Understand Your Rights: With our advice, you’ll know where you stand; we will explain everything in clear, easy-to-understand terms.
    • Decide Your Next Step: With all the related knowledge, you can choose how to move forward. Whether you pursue a claim or not, we’re here to support you.

    Our mission is to ensure everyone in Scotland can access top-notch personal injury advice without the price tag. So, if you’re facing the aftermath of an injury, remember expert guidance is just a call away.

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What types of personal injury can you claim for?

The realm of personal injury is vast, encapsulating a diverse array of accidents and mishaps. Here’s a breakdown of some prominent categories:

Navigating the aftermath of a road collision can be tumultuous. Whether you’re a driver, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian, the physical and emotional toll of a traffic accident is undeniable. When another party’s negligence is the root cause—be it reckless driving, ignoring traffic signals, or any other breach of road safety—victims can rightfully make a claim. Such claims are designed to address medical costs, emotional distress, lost wages, and other relevant damages incurred due to the accident.

Workplaces, irrespective of their nature, come with a silent promise—a commitment to employee safety. When this commitment is overshadowed by negligent practices, inadequate equipment, or lack of safety protocols, resulting injuries can become grounds for claims. Whether it’s a construction worker harmed by faulty machinery or an office employee tripping over loose carpeting, the responsibility falls on the employer. By lodging a claim, affected individuals can seek compensation for medical bills, therapy sessions, and lost earnings during recovery.

Public spaces, such as parks, shopping malls, and train stations, bear an inherent duty of care to their visitors. In scenarios where negligence in maintenance or attention to detail causes an accident—imagine slipping on a spilt liquid in a supermarket or tripping over a damaged step in a museum—it becomes evident that a duty has been compromised. These occurrences can lead to injuries spanning from slight to serious in nature. Victims can rightfully step forward to claim compensation. This covers medical expenses, potential therapy or rehabilitation costs, lost wages, and even emotional distress, especially if the injury leads to a longer-term impairment or trauma.

Within the realm of healthcare, individuals place their faith in practitioners to deliver precise, timely, and effective care due to their professional responsibilities. Nevertheless, there exist situations where this confidence is inadvertently violated. Clinical or medical negligence can manifest in various ways: a misdiagnosis that delays correct treatment, surgical errors, or incorrect medication prescriptions. When such errors directly lead to worsened health conditions, prolonged suffering, or additional treatments, patients have the legal right to claim compensation. Such claims can aid in covering the added medical costs and the lost wages and address the emotional toll brought about by the negligence.

Serious injuries here mean those traumatic and life-altering injuries that go beyond mere cuts or bruises. We are talking about serious injuries such as severe brain trauma, spinal cord injury, extensive burns, or the loss of a limb. The consequences of these injuries run deep, often significantly affecting an individual’s capacity to maintain a regular life, sustain employment, or complete basic daily tasks. In instances where grave injuries occur due to the negligence of another party, individuals have the right to make a personal injury compensation claim. However, due to their severity, compensation claims for serious injuries tend to be more complex, addressing not just immediate medical expenses but long-term care, therapy, adjustments to living conditions, and lost future earnings. Additionally, the emotional and psychological toll of such injuries demands its own recognition and compensation.

In the unfortunate instance where an individual becomes a victim of a violent crime, the aftermath can be both physically and emotionally harrowing. Whether it’s an assault, robbery, or any other criminal act leading to injury, victims have the right to seek compensation even if the perpetrator isn’t identified or brought to justice. Criminal injury claims are channelled through specific systems, offering redress to victims of violent crimes. These claims often address medical care costs, therapy for trauma, lost wages, and other repercussions of the crime. Such a claim can be an essential step toward healing and restitution in the wake of a criminal act.

Man’s best friend can, at times, display unpredictable behaviour. When a dog exhibits aggressive behaviour that leads to a bite or injury, the aftermath can include physical pain and emotional turmoil. Normally, the owners are deemed accountable for their pets’ actions. This means that in cases of dog bites, those affected have the option to pursue Personal Injury Compensation Scotland claims against the owners. The extent of the claim may cover immediate medical bills, potential surgeries or treatments, lost wages due to recovery time, and psychological trauma, especially if the attack was particularly severe or affected a child.

A smile speaks a thousand words, and our trust in dental professionals is fundamental to maintaining that. However, just like in broader medical fields, mistakes can happen. Dental malpractice might include errors like incorrect tooth extraction, damage during procedures, or faulty orthodontic treatments. When these professional oversights lead to prolonged pain, additional treatments, or aesthetic damages, patients have a right to make a claim. Dental malpractice claims can help cover costs for corrective procedures, pain and suffering, lost wages, and any other related expense or impact stemming from the negligence.

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How are personal injury claims calculated?

In the realm of personal injury claims, compensation isn’t a fixed, universal amount. It is determined by considering various factors that align with the extent of harm and damage suffered by the victim. Here are some elements that are usually included while calculating compensation:

Your Personal Injury (Solatium)

This component of the compensation depends on the emotional and physical distress caused by the injury. The intensity of the injury, its long-term repercussions, and the emotional turmoil it may have caused play a pivotal role in calculating this amount. Although quantifying distress in monetary terms can be complex, there are established benchmarks that suggest a range, taking into consideration the type and duration of the injury.

Loss of Earnings:

If the injury resulted in time off work, leading to a dip in income or even job loss, this factor compensates for that financial setback. It considers not just the immediate loss but also potential future earnings, especially if the injury affects one’s capacity to work in the same field or capacity as before.

Medical Treatment/Rehabilitation:

Medical expenses can quickly accumulate post-injury. This section of the compensation addresses those costs, covering everything from immediate medical bills to ongoing treatments or therapies needed for recovery.

Damaged Belongings:

Injuries might also come paired with damaged personal items – perhaps a car in an accident or a watch during a slip and fall. The cost to repair or replace these items is factored into the claim.

Future Care Needs:

For injuries leaving long-term or permanent consequences, there may be ongoing care needs. This might include home modifications, hiring of caregivers, or specialised medical equipment. Projecting these future costs ensures that the victim’s needs are catered to, even years down the line.

Calculating a personal injury claim requires a comprehensive view of the immediate and future implications of the injury. Each aspect ensures that victims are adequately compensated, aiding them in navigating the aftermath and working toward recovery.

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