Pedestrian Accident Claims Solicitors
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If you suffered an injury whilst being a pedestrian on a Scottish road, make a claim for compensation with us. Pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable road users and statistics show that accidents involving pedestrians are increasing.

How to claim for an accident when you’re a Pedestrian?

Our Pedestrian personal injury lawyers will intimate the details of your accident claim as quickly as possible after the accident. The details of the accident and injury will be sent to the insurance company who represents the person at fault.

Some motor insurers will often to try settle your injury claim directly with you and this can mean that you can receive less compensation than you should. If we represent you we will advise you appropriately should this happen.

We will ingather details of your losses, any documents that we need to prove your case and will contact witnesses as soon as possible.

How long do I have to claim after a Pedestrian Accident?

The time limit for settling a case is usually three years after the accident. However, in terms of the compulsory Scottish pre-action protocol your claim should be intimated as soon as possible.

If a child is involved in a Pedestrian accident the timescale will be three years following their 16th birthday.

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Our experience has led to:

  • Helping thousands of people like you
  • Helping with Rehabilitation with specialist contacts
  • Securing over £20m for our clients in the last 18 months
  • 9 out of 10 customers would use us again and recommend us to friends & family based on client feedback

What can be included in my Accident Claim?

We can claim compensation for any injury you suffer including whiplashfracturesscarring, tinnitus and psychological trauma (including travel phobia). You may also be able to claim for general out of pocket expenses, clothing, loss of earnings and care and assistance required.

When can I make a Pedestrian compensation claim?

  • If the accident was in the last three years
  • If someone else was at fault
  • If you have suffered injury and/or been off work as a result of the accident
  • If you are out of pocket for miscellaneous expenses

Why use Harper Macleod for your Accident Claim?

We are Pedestrian accident injury experts and have one of the largest personal injury departments in Scotland with over 25 personal injury specialists covering the whole of Scotland, offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Thurso and Lerwick, and we offer a no win no fee.

Get in touch with our Pedestrian Accident Specialist Claims Team

We provide a free initial consultation and you can contact us by filling out the claims form below with details of your accident/injury or:

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We are accredited by the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers and the Law Society of Scotland's Personal Injury Accreditation Scheme. We are also members of the Motor Accident Solicitors Society.

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