Following an incident involving a pedestrian, it’s important to seek good legal advice, preferably from an expert in pedestrian accident law. Pedestrian Law Scotland (PLS) aims to provide injured pedestrians injured with a specialist service.
The team at Pedestrian Law Scotland are able to cover the whole of Scotland from offices across the length and breadth of the country.
We are passionate about providing the best possible service to our clients.
We believe Pedestrian Law Scotland is the first legal service in Scotland dedicated to offering pedestrians legal advice and representation.
Brenda is Senior Partner and has been a Personal Injury Lawyer for 30+ years has specialised in representing vulnerable road users who have been in involved in non fault road traffic collisions for many years.
Living in the Borders, Brenda tends to work in the Peebles office most of the time but travels to meet and consult with clients all over Scotland.
You can read more about Brenda here.
Jodi is a Partner in the Pedestrian Law Scotland team. Jodi lives in Edinburgh but splits her time between Edinburgh, Glasgow and Peebles.
You can find out a little more about Jodi here.
Roz is an Associate Solicitor in the Pedestrian Law Scotland team. She heads up our Aberdeen office.
You can find out more about Roz here.
Thomas is a Trainee Solicitor within the Pedestrian Law Scotland team. He completed his Diploma in Legal Practice at Edinburgh University having graduated with LLB Honours from Aberdeen University.
Zara is a Trainee Solicitor within the Pedestrian Law Scotland team. She completed her Diploma in Legal Practice at Edinburgh University having graduated with LLB Honours from Napier University.
Fiona is Office Manager and Executive Assistant to Brenda.
Fiona worked in London for various Law firms as an Executive Assistant for almost nineteen years and before that she was based in Inverness. Fiona brings extensive legal admin and support skills to the team, having worked in the sector since 1985.
Andrew is Senior Administrator providing administrative support to the team.
Living and working in the Borders allows Andrew to indulge his passion for running and badminton.