Accidents at Work in Scotland
Accidents at work can happen for a number of reasons. Our specialist personal injury solicitors can deal with all types of workplace accident claims.Read More
When travelling abroad on holiday or business, accidents can happen. Our specialist team can deal with all accident abroad claims.Read More
Road Traffic Accidents
As long as the accident wasn’t your fault, we can take on your claim no matter what type of vehicle was involved, whether you were the driver, passenger, pedestrian.Read More
Public Liability Claims
Employers and property owners have a responsibility to protect their employees and the public from having an injury. If they fail to do so, they may be liable for compensation.Read More
Serious Injury Claims
Suffering from a serious injury is often a traumatic, life changing event. The consequences of this last for a life time and place a great deal of stress upon the injured person and their family.Read More
Why Choose Watermans?
Watermans Solicitors are one of the leading personal injury firms in Scotland. We act only for people who have been injured in an accident, and never for the at-fault party, nor insurance companies who defend these cases.
Our expert team are committed to doing everything we can to put it right for our clients following an accident. As well as fighting each case to secure the maximum level of compensation, we provide access to a range of additional services, such as physiotherapy and psychological treatment to ensure you recover from your injuries as soon as possible and get your life back on track.
Our expertise in personal injury covers a wide range of areas including accidents at work, public liability claims, road traffic accidents, fatal and serious injury claims and cases relating to child and historical abuse.
We represent thousands of clients throughout Scotland each year, securing millions of pounds in compensation for our clients. We work on a no win a fee basis, which means that if your claim is unsuccessful, you won’t end up out of pocket.MEET OUR TEAM
Latest Blog Articles
17th Dec 2018
Glasgow drivers named one of the worst in Scotland according to DVLA. Data from DVLA has been used to create an interactive map of Scotland, showing worst offenders across 32 councils. The map created by Esri UK, shows Glasgow has the highest number of driving offences with nearly 20,000 people with three points on their … Continue reading "Scotland’s worst drivers revealed"
12th Dec 2018
Waterman’s specialist motorcycle accident lawyers helped a man after he was injured in a motorcycle accident in Argyll and Bute. At the time of the accident, our client was riding a Suzuki 900 cc motorbike when the third party collided into our client’s vehicle. When this happened, our client was wearing a helmet and full … Continue reading "Man injured in motorcycle accident awarded £12,635"
6th Dec 2018
Anyone of us can be subject to an accident, so it would be beneficial for everyone to know about The Civil Litigation (Expenses and Proceedings) Bill – a new law due to come into force across Scotland in the near future to create greater access to justice by improving the way in which litigation claims … Continue reading "The Civil Litigation (Expenses and Proceedings) Bill – Scott Whyte"
6th Dec 2018
A team from Watermans Solicitors joined over 200 people at Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance first Charity Ball at The Hub, Edinburgh on Friday 16th November. The Ball provided an excellent opportunity for SCAA’ supporters to come together and celebrate SCAA’S five years of operation, during which their crew has attended almost 2,000 time-critical emergencies throughout Scotland. … Continue reading "Watermans Attends First SCAA’S Charity Ball"
4th Dec 2018
The Culpable Homicide Bill was put forward in Scottish parliament last week. The proposed Bill is well overdue and addresses a serious inequality in the law that needs amending. The inequality in the protections afforded to employees at work, regarding their health and safety, has been further exacerbated by way of the provisions of the … Continue reading "Culpable Homicide Bill Scotland – John Dillon"