Clients we have helped
Because if it matters to you, it matters to Digby Brown
Each year, Digby Brown Solicitors helps thousands of people who have had an injury as a result of an accident caused by negligence of others. Our goal is to help them achieve fair and just compensation and help them get back to as close to a pre-accident position as possible, as quickly as possible.
We have offices throughout Scotland and represent people throughout the country who have been involved in different types of accidents.
Below are just a few examples of people we have helped. Click on the links for more information on cases.
Solicitors’ in our Edinburgh office helped a man from Dunfermline injured in an accident at work. By following our specialist advice, he was able to obtain a settlement 350% higher than the initial offer from his employer’s insurers. Our client rated the service he received from Digby Brown as 5/5 and said that he would not hesitate to return to us or recommend us to others in a similar situation.
Every year, we help thousands of people involved in road traffic accidents One such client was injured when his car was hit by another driver in a supermarket car park in Dumfries. Throughout the case, the other driver’s insurers sought to apportion some blame for the accident to our client. Our investigations resulted in the case being settled in full, the fair and proper outcome.
Our Dundee office acted on behalf of a man who became ill after being exposed to hazardous materials at work. Digby Brown were able to fully investigate, litigate and settle this case due to our expertise in workplace health and safety matters.
Iain and Joanne MacDonald story
Iain and Joanne MacDonald were victims of a hit & run’ incident, when a vehicle mounted the pavement. Iain and Joanne describe how the progress of their case was transformed when Digby Brown became involved.
Our Glasgow office acted for an airport ground handler who was injured in an accident at work in the West of Scotland. Employers should provide a safe environment and there are regulations which allow for individuals to make claims for compensation if they are injured as a result of a failure to do so.
Digby Brown’s Inverness office are representing family members of an individual who tragically died in an industrial accident in the North West highlands of Scotland. This case is an example of how we can help find answers after a tragedy and that a range of family members a may be entitled to fair and appropriate compensation under Scottish law if an individual dies as a result of an accident that wasn’t their fault.
Our Aberdeen office help people thorough the North East who have suffered personal injuries, whether while on the roads, at work or elsewhere. The Aberdeen office specialise in accidents in the offshore industry, including those that happen in different legal jurisdictions.
Louise Copeland's story
Louise Copeland suffered a serious brain injury in a road traffic accident. She and her family discuss Digby Brown's involvement in her case.
What our clients say about us
We put our clients at the centre of everything we do and are committed to providing the very best service. The hundreds of five star reviews we have received on Trustpilot is a reflection of this approach.
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Great service from start to finish, Ryan(Kirkcaldy...Connor -
I had the pleasure of having Kirsten from Dundee d...Nicole Reilly -
I highly recommend Digby brown solicitors in Kirkc...K Shannon -
First time I’ve had to use a company like this and...Mr Craig Smith -
Very helpful and successful resolution of our caseRaymond Booth -
Couldn't fault the service. Ryan Smith at Kirkcald...Mrs Brown -
It was a great experience to be represented by Dig...KasiaEm -
Highly recommend! Couldn't have asked for a better...Nat Buchan -
Very supportive team (Gayle McGinn was the main co...MarkR -
I cannot fault the service given to me by my solic...Mr R Wallace -
Craig Brown at DB Dundee was amazing throughout th...Catrina Lake -
Chris has dealt with my case for 2 years and I hav...Lisa -