Are you suffering from an injury caused by third party negligence? If so, you may be searching for ‘Solicitors near me’ to help you bring a personal injury claim forward for compensation. Our team of legal experts could help you make accident claims in Paisley for a range of accident claim types. Although we are not based in your area we have accident claims solicitors covering the Paisley area who could conduct your case on a no win no fee basis after providing free legal advice to you.
If you believe someone else was at fault for your accident, you may be entitled to compensation. In this guide, we will look at the role of an accident claim solicitor in a personal injury claim, what grounds are eligible for a valid case and how we could help you make a successful accident claim.
For accident claims advice or help to begin your claim, contact our specialist team on 0800 0738 801.
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- Slip Trip Fall Compensation Claims
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- Compensation If Injured In A Public Place
- Medical Negligence Claims
- No Win No Fee Accident Claims Solicitors Covering Paisley
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If you have been injured or contracted an illness because of another person’s negligence, you could be entitled to accident compensation. Accident claims in Paisley could be made for number of different cases, such as medical negligence, a dangerous road user, irresponsible employer or a local authority.
An accident claim solicitor could provide you with various services to support you and guide you through the accident claims process. These services include:
- An estimation of your potential settlement through a personal injury claims calculator.
- An assessment of your case using the applicable accident claims time limit.
- A professional instruction during the collection of evidence.
However, this list is not exhaustive. For more information about the role of a personal injury lawyer, click here.
Our accident claims solicitors covering Paisley could help an employee bring an accident at work claim forward, if an injury or illness has resulted from an employer acting in a negligent way, you could make a workplace injury claim. This may include faulty or defective equipment which has caused serious injuries.
An employer is legally obliged by various legislative articles to uphold a standard of care for their employees. Some of these steps include:
- Regularly repairing faults in the workplace.
- Upholding a generally safe environment for all employees.
- Well-lit stars, corridors, outside areas with as less glare as possible.
- Removal of refuse, dirt and waste regularly.
- Provide clean toilets, hand basins, running hot and cold water with soap, towels and other toiletries.
- Comfortable conditions, with reasonable working temperatures (at least 16°C or 13°C for strenuous work)
- Minimising risks caused by snow/ice for outdoor routes.
For more information on employee’s responsibilities, click here to read the Health and Safety Executive guidelines.
To help better illustrate the rate of workplace-based injuries, we have created this table demonstrating fatal and non-fatal injuries in Renfrewshire.
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If you would like to find statistics for fatal and non-fatal injuries across the country, alongside other rates of injuries in Renfrewshire, you can download the PDF guide produced by the Health and Safety Executive here.
When referring to car accident claims in Scotland, there are a number of different factors to take into consideration before making a claim. Some of these include what circumstances the accident occurred under, who was involved and what type of injuries were suffered.
In such cases, it could be possible to bring a claim forward for numerous types of accidents which range in severity. A claim for road accident compensation could be made for less severe cases, such as whiplash from a Paisley Road West accident or even rear-end collisions.
An expert from our team of personal injury solicitors could discuss your options with you. For a possible chance of securing a road accident compensation settlement, you seek accident claims advice from our accident claims solicitors covering Paisley.
According to the Health and Safety Executive, a slip, trip and fall is recognised as one of the most common causes of accidents at work in the UK. What is considered as legal grounds for slip, trip or fall compensation claims is entirely dependent on the circumstances in which your injury was suffered.
However, one basic factor that must be distinguished in order to make a claim is that third party negligence was the cause of your accident. When you come to discuss your options with our panel of accident claims solicitors, they will help validate your claim.
As a blameless victim of a criminal act, you could be entitled to compensation under a personal injury claim. This could be for physical harm or psychological trauma, providing an act of criminal violence was inflicted upon you.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) is a government run organisation which provides victims of violent crime with pay-outs which range in total depending on the severity of their injuries suffered. To find out how you could be entitled to a settlement under the Scheme, click here.
However, for more help and advice for you, a family member or a friend, call our accident claims solicitors today.
If you have been injured in a public place, you could gain financial compensation for an accident that was caused by a breach in the duty of care owed to you. An accident in a public place could encompass a large number of spaces, such as a local park, leisure centre, shopping centre, car park or even a pavement in the street.
For the purpose of making a claim, your personal injury solicitor will help distinguish which party could be held responsible. This may be a local authority for parks and pavements, or a private owner for a shopping centre. To make accident claims in Paisley for public liability, contact us today.
A claim for medical malpractice may seem overwhelming if you are unsure whether you are eligible to claim and who could be held responsible. However, a personal injury lawyer from our expert panel could help smooth out the process for you.
When you come to make a claim for medical negligence, you will be seeking compensation for a substandard of care delivered to you from a healthcare professional. This should have resulted in a new injury/illness, or the worsening of an existing one. You could make a claim for negligence in all areas of medicine or cosmetic procedures if you have suffered as a consequence.
Below are some examples of what may be considered medical negligence in various healthcare sectors:
If you have been treated with negligence in Paisley accident and emergency and this has caused avoidable harm to your health you could possibly make medical negligence claims. This could be for treatment which has slipped below reasonably expected standards and caused a patient to suffer unnecessarily.
If a dentist has acted negligently during a routine check-up or course of treatment, it could cause serious complications for the patient. This may include damage to teeth and gums, or delays in oral disease diagnosis.
Nursing Home Negligence:
Our panel of accident claim solicitors could help you seek a financial settlement for a poor-quality of care delivered by nursing home staff. This may cause your loved ones to suffer from a range of avoidable harms, such as bedsores, malnutrition or fractures. This online guide describes these circumstances in more detail.
Conditional Fee Agreements, more formerly known as ‘No Win No Fee’ agreements, are a type of funding methods commonly used in accident claims. If you have been injured through third party negligence, you may want to consider a No Win No Fee solicitor to help claim compensation for your damages.
A solicitor who operates through this process will undertake the work of their client on a No Win No Fee basis. This means that the solicitor will request a pre-discussed percentage of the compensation settlement to settle their fees if successful. However, if the client’s case is unsuccessful, then the client will not be held accountable for their solicitor’s legal fees.
We believe this type of agreement significantly reduces the financial constraints of a personal injury claim. For more information, call us today to discuss how you could benefit from a No Win No Fee Agreement.
To begin your personal injury claim, you can speak to our accident claims team to discuss the next steps of the process. Regardless of whether you are looking to bring a case forward for a car accident or if you have been injured in a public place, we can help. Although we are not based in Paisley, we have a panel of solicitors who can help you make accident claims in Paisley.
Below are answers to frequently asked questions which people may have during the accident claims process.
How Could Your Team Help Me To Make A Claim?
We understand that there an abundance of personal injury lawyers across the country which all offer a variety of services in handling accident claims. However, we believe that our expert legal team are ideally placed to handle your claim. With up to three decades of experience in accident claims, we may be able to offer you a no win no fee agreement to finance your claim.
If you have any queries about our legal services, all you have to do is call for a free, no obligation consultation. Our lines are open 24 hours a day with specially trained advisors waiting to take your call.
Do I Need To Find A Local Solicitor?
When you decide to begin your personal injury claim, you’ll need to choose a solicitor who can offer you the right services to successfully secure a settlement on your behalf. But where do you begin your search and how do you contact a solicitor based on the other side of the country?
With so many different methods of communication available, it’s easier than ever to stay connected with an accident claim solicitor based anywhere in the country. Our expert team of accident claims solicitors covering Paisley are fully qualified to handle a range of different accident claims from anywhere in the UK. In most cases, your legal representative will communicate with you over the phone, by email or through the post.
Will You Organise My Medical Exam?
Once you have begun the accident claims process, there will come a stage where you will be asked to undergo a medical examination. The purpose of this report is to provide impartial details of your injuries and to what extent your life has been impacted by them.
Where Could I See A Doctor?
As we work closely with a panel of doctors across the country, you could be seen by a doctor close to your local are. In Renfrewshire, this panel includes:
170 Hyndland Road,
The Connal Building,
34 West George Street,
Mark Innes Burgin
The Glasgow Station Clinic,
6th Floor The Connal Building,
34 West George Street,
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Article by HH Edited by Mel.