When you need to Put It Right

When you had an accident that wasn’t your fault Watermans are here to put it right for you.

We specialise in all areas of personal injury law including Accidents at Work, Road Traffic Accidents, Public Liability claims and Serious and Fatal injury claims.

Our highly qualified team have the knowledge, care and determination to guide you through the claims process as gently and efficiently as possible.  We act for thousands of people just like you each year, securing millions in compensation for our clients.

We work on a “no win, no fee basis” and will fund all of the costs relating your case through until its conclusion even if your case is ultimately unsuccessful.

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Making A Claim - Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some of the frequently asked questions in relation to compensation claims. If you have any further queries don't hesitate to get in touch and one of our dedicated, highly qualified solicitors will be willing to help.

Every case is different and the length of time a case takes will be dependent on its own facts and circumstances. Some straightforward cases can be resolved within a few weeks and other cases may take a number of years to conclude.

We will act for you on a “No Win, No Fee” basis meaning that we will never ask you to pay a fee to us for our service. Even if your case is unsuccessful we would not look for you to pay the defender’s costs – we would meet these for you.

Compensation is awarded on a case by case basis depending on the severity of the injuries you have sustained and also taking into account other losses, e.g. wage loss. We fully investigate each case individually to ensure that we can obtain the maximum amount of compensation possible for you. For a rough guide as to the value of some different injuries please see our injury claim calculator.

Scots law allows a period of 3 years in which to bring a claim for compensation against the person or organisation you consider to be at fault for causing your accident but the sooner you begin your claim the sooner you will know if your case is going to be successful and the sooner we can obtain a settlement for you. In the case of a child (under 16) being involved in an accident, they have until the eve of their 19th birthday (i.e. 3 years for their 16th birthday) in order to pursue a claim.

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Join the thousands of clients we act for successfully each year. We have offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow with meeting facilities available in Aberdeen, Stirling, Dundee, Inverness upon request.