Mr Conway was a passenger in a car when he was injured in road traffic accident in the Highlands. The driver was travelling at speed along an icy rural road before losing control and colliding with a tree.
Stacey Scott was driving in Kirkintilloch with her four-month old child when a car coming the other direction hit her head on. As a consequence the other driver was charged with careless driving.
Two students injured in a car accident were hounded by insurers to accept a low compensation offer and came to Digby Brown for help.
Mrs M sustained two fractures in her lower back when she was involved in a head on collision - through no fault of her own - on an icy road near Boat of Garten shortly before Christmas.
Kelly was injured in a road traffic crash in Edinburgh when she was hit side-on by another car while she was travelling with her young 3-year old child.
Charles Ewing was seriously injured on his way to work one morning when another driver travelling in the opposite direction cut in front of Charles’ car to reach a petrol station on the A71, causing a head-on collision and ended his career.
Susan was almost home when a driver attempted to overtake her as she turned into a private road, hitting her side on. She tried to deal with the third party insurer directly for almost 15 months before coming to Digby Brown as she was so unhappy with them.
Our lawyers acted for a mother who was injured when she attempted to stop a runaway car after her insurers’ lawyers advised she had no case.
James Cooper was travelling along the M74 when a Stage Coach bus failed to observe the contra flow in place due to road works and collided with his car.
Mr MacLean - a nineteen-year-old man - was left seriously injured after a caravan hit him head on at speed. He decided not to let his road traffic insurers choose his solicitor and got in touch with Digby Brown in Inverness.
Our Kirkcaldy lawyers helped a 79-year old man after he was injured when a driver smashed their car through a shop window.
After the insurers ignored Stuart's injury claim, our solicitors got the court to grant compensation from the insurers - on the basis that they hadn't bothered defending the claim.
"Speaking Polish with my lawyer was very helpful. Mainly because of Digby Brown’s help, I finally had an operation on my spine. I would highly recommend."
Our client came to Digby Brown as she was deeply unhappy with the service she was receiving from a claims management firm in Scotland.
Digby Brown’s Edinburgh solicitors helped Mrs X after she was injured as a car passenger when the car behind mistook the accelerator for the brake.
Mrs Robertson was injured when she was driving in Kirkcaldy. She was stationary at a give-way junction when another driver collided with the rear of her car, pushing her over the give way lines.
Mr and Mrs Gauld, both over 75 years old, were involved in a head on collision on a country road in Aberdeenshire because another driver was driving too fast.
Nicola was injured in a 70mph car accident on the motorway. With Digby Brown, she received three times the first compensation offer and the aftercare she needed to recover.
Sam originally went to a local law firm to pursue a road traffic accident claim but was later referred to Digby Brown where we secured over 13 times the original offer of compensation.
“Digby Brown made the insurance company pay for my ankle operation – it was amazing and has completely transformed my life."
Mr R. was a pedestrian who was knocked down by a car as he walked home sustaining multiple injuries.
Digby Brown was approached by four clients who had all been involved in a road traffic accident on the M74, Glasgow.
Mrs P. was driving her husband’s car, in Leven, Fife, when it was hit from behind by an Italian tourist driving a hire car.
Andrew Williamson came to Digby Brown as he felt the compensation offer his claims company, whom he was referred to by his own car insurers, was not appropriate.
This case involved a road traffic accident in Scotland in which blame for the accident was strongly disputed.
Mr L. was badly injured in a motorcycle accident in Dundee when another vehicle collided with his motorcycle while attempting to do a U-turn.
Mr M. switched his road traffic accident claim to Digby Brown after previous firm wrongly claimed against the Motor Insurer's Bureau (MIB).
Digby Brown’s Edinburgh office helped Elizabeth Johnstone with a personal injury claim after she was injured stepping off a bus when the bus kept moving.
Mr X benefited from no win no fee funding to secure maximum compensation for his injuries following a road traffic accident.
After a passenger in a road traffic accident was injured, she came to Digby Brown for help making a road traffic accident claim.
Zena and John Shand, aged 66 and 69 at the time, were driving along the A7 in Edinburgh when they were involved in a road traffic accident, causing injury.
Mrs M. was injured in a road traffic accident in Fife. Expert medical evidence and rigorous negotiations was key to road traffic accident compensation.
Digby Brown Solicitors helped the wife and members of a family gain rightful compensation in a Court of Session fatal accident claim.
Our client tragically lost her fiancé and brother in the same road traffic accident and came to Digby Brown to make a fatal accident claim.
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Alternatively, if you would like to speak to someone about a road traffic accident you have been involved in, please call us on 0333 200 5925, text help to 83310 or fill in our brief personal injury enquiry form and someone will contact you.