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Who we are

Pedestrian road traffic accident experts


The team at Pedestrian Law Scotland provide pedestrians across Scotland with unrivalled, specialist, personal representation with accident claims.

If you’ve been involved in a road traffic incident, it’s important to seek expert legal advice as soon as possible, preferably from a lawyer who specialises in personal injury cases and has considerable experience in representing injured pedestrians.

What we do 

Supporting victims of road traffic collisions


Our expert team will support you every step of the way and guide you through the unknown.

Our focus is on early intervention, rehabilitation and a desire to see our clients recover well. We are different in our approach. We want to ensure a quality of life is returned to our clients.

How we help

Provide first class legal advice


We support injured pedestrians and their families with personal injury claims.


Pedestrian Law Scotland

How do I make a claim? 

It's easier than you think to start a claim. First, you simply need to complete a short form.
A member of our friendly team will call you back to discuss your situation in further detail. We have outlined the steps involved on our complete guide to claims page. This page offers a detailed explanation of every step of the claims process.

When should you contact a Personal Injury Lawyer?

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident in Scotland as a pedestrian, then we recommend you contact us as soon as possible after the incident. You can start a claim if the accident has happened within the past three years. 


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Meet our team


Brenda Mitchell - Senior Partner


"I am passionate about representing people to ensure they secure access to justice by means of a first class personal service."

Brenda has been a Personal Injury Lawyer for 35 years and for the last 20 years has specialised in representing injured pedestrians following road traffic incidents in Scotland.

Brenda is the Senior Partner at Pedestrian Law Scotland.




Jodi Gordon - Partner


“I enjoy getting to know my clients as people and working with them to get early access to rehabilitation and treatment so that they can rebuild their lives following traumatic injury.”

Jodi is a Partner at Pedestrian Law Scotland having joined the firm in 2011.

She's based in the Edinburgh Office, where she’s made a name for herself representing pedestrians injured on Scotland’s roads.

Jodi has predominantly represented pedestrians involved in road traffic collisions and specialises in assisting those who have suffered very serious and complex injury.


Roz Boynton - Associate


"I am passionate about providing a meaningful service to injured vulnerable road users and assisting them in pursuing justice whilst maximising their recovery."

Roz is an experienced Associate Solicitor heading up our Aberdeen Office. 

A civil litigation lawyer with over 10 years’ experience, Roz provides local legal support and advice for injured pedestrians in the North and North-east of Scotland.


How long does it take to make a claim?

The length of time taken for each case depends on whether the claim can be settled outside of court and/or how cooperative the other side is and the individual case.

How much does a Personal Injury Lawyer charge?

At Pedestrian Law Scotland we offer a 'no win no fee' service. This means you can make a claim at no financial risk to yourself. We guarantee that on success you will always receive at least 85% of your damages. Start your claim to arrange your free consultation call and find out more.

Can I make a Personal Injury Claim myself?

Your chance of success is much greater when utilising the skills of a personal injury solicitor, especially one who specialises in pedestrian related road traffic cases.


Central Scotland

4 Redheughs Rigg Westpoint,
South Gyle,
EH12 9DQ

South of Scotland

5 Cherry Court,
Cavalry Park,
EH45 9BU


We cover the whole of Scotland and have solicitors based in the Borders, the Central belt and Aberdeen.


All correspondence should be
addressed or delivered to:

16-20 Castle Street,




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