If you have been injured by slipping or tripping, you may be entitled to claim compensation. People who own or occupy land have a duty to keep it safe and ensure that no one is injured on that land or public space. If you have suffered from an injury through no fault of your own, contact us to discuss your options and the level of compensation you may be able to recover for the injuries sustained.

Our team of highly experienced personal injury lawyers in Glasgow and Edinburgh will provide clear advice to you on your prospects of successfully recovering compensation. We have a 99% success rate so you're in safe hands. Our personal injury solicitors are ranked in Legal 500, an independent directory of recommended lawyers. 

How can our personal injury lawyers help you?

Whether you suffered an injury after a fall while out shopping, exercising or commuting, on publicly or privately owned land, they will be able to guide you through the process to recover compensation from the appropriate company, partnership or public body.

We will be with you every step of the way, ensuring you are kept up to date about what is happening with your claim and that you know what to expect. 

How much is your slip or trip claim worth? 

We maximise the compensation payable to our clients. We will provide you with an accurate valuation of your claim and will fight on your behalf to negotiate the best possible deal for you. We have a proven track record of recovering record breaking amounts for our clients. 

Use our compensation calculator for an introductory guide to the financial value of claims, depending on the seriousness of the injury and the length of time you have had the symptoms. 

We have a variety of funding options available, depending on your individual circumstances. The most popular is our 'no win no fee' arrangement, where you do not pay for our services unless we successfully recover compensation for you. 

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