Inverness personal injury solicitors at Digby Brown help a woman secure compensation for a fall at her local supermarket - after insurers say that she was responsible for the accident.
Jacqueline Mills went to another Scottish law firm for her personal injury claim but they failed to progress the case. Elaine Barton in Digby Brown Glasgow office secured £29,000 in compensation.
After slipping on wet floor tiles in a store, Mrs Cameron recieved compensation for her injuries using specialists in Digby Brown's Ayr office.
A mum was awarded £25,000 in compensation after she visited a health clinic for a routine check on an injured foot – only to slip on their wet floor and break the same foot in two places.
Miss M, a woman in her 60s, badly fractured her shoulder after she tripped over a protruding gas valve from a drain cover causing her to fall.
Our Glasgow personal injury solicitors helped a woman after she was injured when she tripped over a raised kerb stone at a supermarket car park. Medical evidence meant 8 times more compensation for our client.
Mrs Hughes came to Digby Brown when another Scottish law firm were unable to help her after she was injured falling down a manhole at work.
Our client slipped on a slab outside the hotel, leaving her with lifelong chronic pain. Our solicitors secured £100,000 compensation for her injuries and losses.
June Venter, aged 72, was visiting a local petrol station when she stepped on spilled diesel and fell to the ground, causing serious injury.
Mr and Mrs B from the highlands suffered chlorine inhalation when attending the pool and spa of a hotel, suffering from irritation to the eyes and airway.
Mrs L. was shopping in well-known high street retailer when she tripped on a clothes rail, suffering a nasty injury, forcing her to give up her work.
Mrs C. made a claim on behalf of her daughter after she was injured in a new play park in Scotland.
Mrs W. was involved in an accident in a supermarket car park when she fell into a pot-hole. She tried to pursue a personal injury claim on her own before contacting Digby Brown.
Oir team secured £26,000 in compensation after a blind man lost his right eye visiting his local Edinburgh Leisure Centre.
Our client was out walking her dog in a local park when she was involved in a tripping accident, badly injuring her leg.
Ms S was injured in a supermarket in Scotland after slipping on spilt food on the floor. This should have either been cleaned up or cordoned off with warning signs.
Our client was playing football with friends on a local council run football pitch in Scotland when he was injured in an accident.
Digby Brown’s Aberdeen solicitors helped an elderly woman secure £18,500 compensation following an accident, although the insurance company tried to under-settle her claim.
Digby Brown's personal injury solicitors helped Ms S with her claim against McDonalds after an employee spilled a cup of tea on her 19-month old baby girl.