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Personal Injury

Do you have a justifiable claim?

If you have been in the unfortunate situation where you’ve been involved and affected by an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault in the last three years, you could be entitled to compensation in the form of a Personal Injury claim. Personal Injury claims can cover a multitude of injuries and circumstances, some of which we cover in more detail.

Free consultation – do you have a claim?

Before we take things further we offer a free no-obligation initial consultation to talk through what happened and to assess whether we think you have a justifiable claim. At all times your personal circumstances will be taken fully into consideration by our compassionate yet realistic Personal Injury lawyers. We will take the time to listen in detail to your experience to get a full picture of the immediate and long-term impact this has had on your life. Getting the best possible results that will have a positive impact for you and your family are our highly successful, forceful and expert Litigations team’s key goals.

Our specialisms

We can deal with a variety of situations and circumstances including, but not limited to…Workplace Accident claims, Road Traffic Accident claims, Trips & Falls and Medical Negligence claims. Personal Injury claims in Scotland can become highly complex but it is up to us to make it as straightforward and stress-free a process for you as possible.


Kirkcaldy: 01592 204774

Dunfermline: 01383 738000

Burntisland: 01592 873501

Dundee: 01382 568188

Broxburn: 01506 855777

Do you have a justifiable claim?

If you would like to find out if you firstly have a justifiable claim, click below to send us an outline and our team will get back to you within 24 hours to book your free no-obligation consultation.

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What our clients say...

“…the team at W&AS Bruce to be very professional, thorough and prompt. W&AS Bruce was initially recommended to me by a family friend and I have also recommended them to friends and family.” Rob Milne