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RTALS hires experienced Litigator, David Adams and opens new Glasgow office
Road Traffic Accident Law (Scotland) LLP (RTALS) has further strengthened its reputation as one of Scotland’s leading specialist personal injury firms with the promotion of Jodi Gordon to Partner.
Road Traffic Accident Law Scotland extends services with appointment of Roz Boynton.
When a 90-year-old gentleman was struck and killed by a reversing van a year ago in Scotland, the bereaved family suddenly and highly unexpectedly found themselves in the hands of the criminal justice system.
Road Traffic Accident Law (Scotland) LLP strengthens team with 3 new appointments.
Some of Scotland's cities have the poorest records for pedestrians knocked over and injured by motor vehicles.
The law firm that has made a name for itself as the champion of vulnerable road users, is launching a new specialist service for pedestrians called Pedestrian Law Scotland.
The law firm that has made a name for itself as the champion of vulnerable road users, is opening a new specialist service for pedestrians called Pedestrian Law Scotland with the support of safety charities.
A man has been arrested and charged in connection with a hit and run
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Pedestrian Law Scotland specialises in personal injury claims and litigation on behalf of pedestrians who have been involved in road traffic accidents.
We provide first class legal representation.
We will fund your case from start to finish providing access to Justice at no cost giving you peace of mind.
As a specialist practice with 4 offices throughout Scotland representing pedestrians, we provide our clients with the day to day counsel and contact they need by deploying the necessary financial resources to get you maximum recovery.
We look after vulnerable road users and will continue to campaign for improved road safety and a reduction in road casualties.