There are many subtle differences between English and Scottish personal injury claims, and it is worth being aware of them before launching a claim in Scotland. It is also advisable that you instruct a lawyer with extensive experience of making Scottish personal injury claims, to ensure you receive the maximum amount of compensation for your injuries.
Above all, when claiming compensation for an accident in Scotland, it is essential that you have good legal advice from the point of first inquiry all the way through to the point at which you are engaged with a solicitor and looking to achieve settlement from an insurer.
YouClaim can help with all of the following cases. Read about our services via the links below, the only difference is that we would be making your claim via Scottlish law:
The YouClaim team are thoroughly experienced in Scottish personal injury claims, and will be more than happy to discuss your potential claim during a free, no obligation consultation. We understand the subtle differences between Scottish and English law, and will ensure you are properly compensated for your injuries.
To find out more about the differences between English and Scottish personal injury law, or to speak to an expert solicitor about a potential claim, call us free on 0800 10 757 95 or complete a contact form and we will be in touch.
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