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Road Traffic

Being involved in a Road Traffic Incident that was no fault of your own is a distressing and traumatic experience and can have lasting physical and mental effects ranging in severity. It is important to understand that the term ‘Road Traffic’ covers all road users – from pedestrians and motorcyclists to cars and public transportation vehicles and everything in-between.

Is there a justifiable claim?

Whatever the situation or outcome, if you can prove another person or persons responsibility, there can be a valid claim. The claim is made against the insurance company of the responsible party – it is worth noting however, that there can still be a claim made if the responsible party is uninsured.

Whether your injuries were severe or deemed as minor, it is always worth investigating where you would stand with a claim. We have helped people whose injuries have ranged from whiplash and broken bones to major and debilitating injuries involving the head, brain and spine, organ damage and loss of limbs.

What we can do

We are experts in Road Traffic Personal Injury claims and will fight hard to win you maximum compensation in the hope it can make a positive difference to your life – whether to help with your rehabilitation, private medical fees or any significant changes you’ve been forced to make that have cost you money. We will be a supportive, rational and reliable legal partner to guide you through the process from beginning to end.


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 meeting.

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What our clients say...

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