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Using a Compensation Claims Solicitor

If you have suffered a personal injury in Scotland as a result of something that was not your fault, you may wish to consider contacting a Scottish compensation claims to see if you could make a claim for compensation. Before we look at the role of a Scottish compensation claims solicitor and how he or she may help you, do bear in mind that Scotland has its own laws and special considerations.   Different legal systems – During the 300 years since the act of union between England and Scotland, the Scottish legal…

All About Repetitive Strain Injuries

Repetitive strain injuries, also known as RSIs, are a very common form of personal injury and each year solicitors around the UK deal with compensation claims for those who have received one as a result of someone else’s negligence. Injuries are often associated with people who spend a lot of time sitting at a desk and they are most commonly found in the neck, wrists, arms, shoulders and backs.

Motorcycle Accident Claim And An Expert Witness’s Immunity From Suit

Fast forward to 2011 and the issue of an expert’s immunity came up for consideration once again by the Supreme Court in respect of a motorcycle accident claim in which the Claimant sought compensation for physical and psychological injury. The Claimant’s initial psychologist’s report diagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but in a subsequent report, the expert diagnosed depression with some symptoms of PTSD.

Victim of a Slip and Fall? A Personal Injury Lawyer Can Help

If you’ve been involved in a slip and fall that resulted in major injuries you may be racking up medical bills. If the injury happened because of something someone else did (or in a lot of cases, didn’t do) then you have the right to ask them to pay for your medical care and expenses.

Personal Injury Lawsuit Funding – 5 Financial Questions You Should Ask

When preparing a budget for your personal injury lawsuit, you need to consider the cost of legal fees, reductions in your income due to your injury, the expected amount of compensation if you win, your chances of success, and the expected duration of your lawsuit. This information will help you evaluate if your lawsuit is worth pursuing.

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