Pedestrian Road Traffic Accident Injuries

At Pedestrian Law Scotland, we’re committed to doing everything we can to reduce the number of accidents on our roads. However, no matter how many road safety initiatives we support, accidents will happen.

The team at Pedestrian Law Scotland have represented many injured pedestrians in road traffic accident compensation claims and are aware that pedestrians are often more vulnerable to serious injury than other road users. If you or a loved one has been injured in a road traffic accident, it’s vital to seek expert legal advice, preferably from a lawyer with a specialist knowledge of pedestrian road accident cases. 

At Pedestrian Law Scotland, we have a "no win no fee" policy and will begin by arranging a no obligation initial meeting for you with one of our highly-regarded pedestrian accident lawyers. At this meeting in our offices (or, if you are unable to travel as a result of your injuries, at your home), we will review your case and advise you on the potential value of any compensation claim for the injuries sustained.

At Pedestrian Law Scotland, our experienced lawyers work closely with our clients, backed up by a team of expert witnesses, highly regarded Advocates and leading medical, surgical and rehabilitation consultants. By working together, our aim is to achieve the best possible result for you.

Pedestrian Road Traffic Accident Injuries

Pedestrian Law Scotland can provide you with all the help you need to support your claim for injuries including:

  • Soft tissue injury
  • Fracture injury
  • Multiple injury
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Amputation injury
  • Brain injury
  • Fatal Accidents
  • Rehabilitation

If you have been involved in a road traffic incident and been injured in any way, you need expert advice - contact us directly on 0333 555 7781


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EH12 9DQ

South of Scotland

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Cavalry Park,
EH45 9BU


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


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