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Back & Spinal Injury Claims Solicitors Glasgow, Shawlands & East Kilbride, Scotland

Back and spine injuries are among the most debilitating, painful and stressful injuries you can suffer. Unfortunately, they are also among the most common.

Back injuries are among the hardest to diagnose and treat. Back injuries are often the result of slips, trips or falls, Road Traffic Accidents or Accidents at work. Often, the latter are soft-tissue injuries suffered as a result of heavy lifting or repetitive strain.

We’ll listen to you your side of the story and advise you on what might be an appropriate level of compensation. All of our personal injury advise is on a no win, no fee basis – if you aren’t successful you don’t pay us a penny.

Back Injury Compensation

  • Severe back injury compensation £25,500 – £111,000
  • Moderate back injury compensation £8,250 – £25,500
  • Minor Back Injuries No minimum – £8,250

Contact our personal injury lawyers in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness & Aberdeen, Scotland

If you have suffered an injury, see the links below for more information or click here to get in touch.

Based in GlasgowEdinburgh & East Kilbride, we provide our clear and practical legal services to people across Scotland including those from Airdrie, Motherwell, Bellshill, Dumbarton, PaisleyAyr, Fife, Crossmyloof, Giffnock, Clarkston, Newton Mearns and many other surrounding areas.

Spine - Personal Injury solicitors - FAQS

Emotional support and counseling play a crucial role in aiding individuals with spinal cord injuries throughout the claims process. These services provide a safe space to navigate the emotional challenges that often accompany such injuries, promoting mental well-being and resilience.

When making a spinal injury claim for children or minors, specific challenges like determining long-term impacts and future care needs may arise. Issues such as assessing the full extent of the injury’s effects and considering the child’s ongoing development can be complex.

Our team is here to navigate these complexities, ensuring the best possible outcome for young claimants. Contact us for expert guidance tailored to your child’s unique situation.

Medical evidence is crucial in bolstering a spinal injury claim. It provides concrete proof of the severity and impact of the injury. We actively seek out this evidence to support your case.

Medical records, diagnostic tests, and expert opinions are key components. Our team ensures this evidence is obtained efficiently and effectively to strengthen your claim for compensation.

Yes, individuals with pre-existing medical conditions or disabilities can still be eligible for spinal injury compensation. Factors such as the impact of the spinal injury on the pre-existing condition will be considered.

Our team of experts will assess each case thoroughly to determine eligibility and ensure the best possible outcome. 

Yes, there are alternative dispute resolution options available for resolving spinal injury claims without going to court. Mediation and arbitration can be effective methods for settling disputes outside of court. These processes often lead to quicker resolutions and can help both parties reach a mutually satisfactory agreement.

It’s worth exploring these options with the guidance of legal experts to determine the best course of action for your specific case.

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Please note: We do not offer legal aid

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