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The law in Scotland protects us if another person or organisation’s negligence causes us to suffer harm. Whether you were injured in an accident at work due to employer negligence, in a public place or a road traffic accident, if your injury someone else’s fault, then you have a personal injury case. Aside from the injuries, it is possible that in many cases these result in financial losses. You are entitled to claim compensation for the suffering and loss you have had to endure as a result of the injury.

The highly experienced personal injury lawyers at Jones Whyte are ready to assist you with your claim.

Once you have made the brave decision to pursue a personal injury claim for an injury caused by someone else, our specialist personal injury solicitor at Jones Whyte can take care of the rest.

Whether you have sustained minor injuries or life changing injuries, you still are still entitled to a personal injury claim compensation. How much compensation you are due depends on various factors.

When you make a personal injury claim, whether or not you get the maximum amount of compensation you are entitled to often hinges on the quality and strength of the medical evidence provided, as well as how skilfully negotiations with the other party’s insurers are carried out. This is where our personal injury solicitors can help.

At Jones Whyte, our specialist personal injury lawyers are experts at gathering evidence useful to your case and ensuring that the law is on your side. We pride ourselves on our negotiation skills and will only act in your best interests, ensuring that your financial concerns are taken care of and that we recover the maximum possible personal injury compensation you deserve in the minimum amount of time.

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Some of the successful personal injury claims we regularly advise on include:

Funding personal injury claims

Get in contact with the approachable solicitors at Jones Whyte today and they will be happy to run through funding options with you.

Whether your claim lasts for months and goes through the courts, or is over after a day’s negotiation, the personal injury lawyers at Jones Whyte make sure to keep you updated every step of the way so that you are always aware of how much everything will cost.

We also make sure to keep costs as low as possible and always have your best interests at heart.

How long does a personal injury claim take to settle?

The duration of settlement can vary greatly but simple cases where negligence was admitted are settled within 12 months. Larger, complex cases may require a longer settlement.

We also make sure to keep legal fees as low as possible and always have your best interests at heart.

We offer a no win, no fee service: This means that there is no financial risk to you. If we are unable to secure personal injury compensation for you, you won’t have to pay us anything.

What compensation is awarded for a successful personal injury claim?

The personal injury compensation claim amount for general damages is contingent upon the type and extent of trauma experienced, as well as the duration of the impact on one’s life. The severity of an injury is often gauged by things like the need for ongoing medical treatment and whether or not the injuries will heal at all.

In essence, there is no universally optimal settlement for damages, as each claim is unique dependant on the injury and varies based on individual circumstances. Once we have gathered all the evidence we need, we’re ready to work out how much compensation you deserve.

Types of Personal injury claims

No two personal injuries are the same, after all, every individual and every personal injury claim process is different.

If you have been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, a personal injury attorney can help you claim personal injury compensation.

Of course, we understand money is very rarely the main reason to claim. However, making a claim with a personal injury solicitor can also help you give you access to the medical professionals and medical care needed to aid your recovery in the best way possible.

Filing a personal injury claim enables you to recover compensation for medical expenses, lost earnings, and other injury-related damages. This process can alleviate the financial strain associated with unforeseen injuries, allowing you to concentrate on your recovery.

It also ensures that whoever is responsible is held to account. This can help improve safety standards, ensuring that no one suffers the same injury in the future.

What types of personal injury can you claim for?

At Jones Whyte, our personal injury lawyers have a wealth of experience in handling a variety of successful personal injury claims. Here are some of the most common types of cases we see:

Road Traffic Accidents: If you find yourself injured in a road traffic accident where you’re not at fault, you might be pondering the process of seeking compensation for the incident involving your car or another vehicle. Whether it’s a bicycle accident involving a car or injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident caused by negligent driving, exploring potential compensation is well within your rights.

Workplace Accidents: If you’ve been injured at work, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. This includes accidents caused by a lack of proper training or faulty equipment, as well as injury resulted from slips, trips and falls.

Medical Negligence: If you’ve been harmed as a result of medical negligence, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. This could include misdiagnosis, surgical errors, or a failure to provide adequate care.

Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents: If you’ve been injured as a result of a slip, trip or fall that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a claim for compensation. This includes injuries sustained in public places, such as supermarkets and shopping centres.

Product Liability: If you’ve been injured as a result of a faulty product, you may be able to make a claim for compensation.

Gathering and providing evidence

It is vital to gather and provide as much evidence as possible ahead of starting the personal injury claims process. You can help us with this by telling us everything you can remember about the accident: When and where it happened. Who else was there and saw what happened – names and contact details are particularly helpful. What you were doing before the accident How it happened. Who you think is responsible. What happened afterwards – did you get first aid or go to the hospital? How did the person or people responsible react? If you can take photos of the scene of the accident, that can also be helpful.

How long do I have to make a personal injury claim?

The time limits for making a personal injury claim can vary in exceptional circumstances, but in most cases, you typically have 2 to 3 years from the date of your injury to take legal action. It’s important to act quickly, as missing the deadline can result in losing your right to the compensation amount that you are entitled.

Arrange a free no obligation consultation with one of our experienced personal injury lawyers to determine the specific time frame for your claim and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.

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Our team of experienced claims solicitors are experts in personal injury law and have a proven track record of success. If you’re thinking about making a personal injury claim, you may want to know more about the process before you begin.

Our specialist personal injury solicitors will explain how personal injury claims process works stage-by-stage so you know what to expect throughout the duration of your claim.

Contact one of personal injury lawyers at Jones Whyte to discuss your personal injury claims.

The highly experienced personal injury lawyers at Jones Whyte Law are ready to assist you with your claim.

Meet the experts

The highly experienced personal injury lawyers at Jones Whyte Law are ready to assist you with your claim.

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