Amy is a Senior Associate in our Personal Injury & Reparation team. She is an experienced Personal Injury solicitor and delivers advice and assistance to insurer and individual clients in relation to pursuer and defender cases, including high value cases. Amy has significant experience in relation to serious injury cases, wrongful death cases, medical negligence cases, credit hire and fraudulent claims.
She carries out regular appearance work in relation to actions raised in Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland, including the All Scotland Personal Injury Court and the Court of Session. Amy has also appeared frequently before Sheriff Principals in relation to Appeal cases.
Amy provides frequent training sessions to clients and third-party organisations and provides opinions on prospects of success and valuations for pre-litigation and post-litigation cases. Amy runs our internal technical liability clinic for solicitors and paralegals in order to ensure we obtain a favourable, fair and just outcome for clients.
Amy also coordinates the Mexico country desk, part of Harper Macleod’s international offering.
Amy is accredited by the Law Society of Scotland as a specialist in Personal Injury. The Legal 500 regards her as a “Rising Star Associate” in Medical Negligence.
Amy Dickson is described by Legal 500 as being 'good with clients, an experienced litigator, hardworking and a pleasure to work with'.
"Senior Associate Amy Dickson is very professional and can quickly focus on the relevant issues in a case".
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