Frederick Street, Edinburgh

Zebra crossings are not always safe havens

Pedestrian RTA Law

Rob was involved in a road traffic accident on 15th March around midnight. He was on his way home after having a couple drinks in an Edinburgh bar with friends

Knocked over on pelican crossing

Pedestrian RTA Law

On a Sunday afternoon in December Ms G, a primary teacher, was making her way home. She utilised a staggered Pelican Crossing in order to safely cross Glasgow Road.

Car mounts pavement and hits pedestrian

Pedestrian RTA Law

Philippa Hope approached Jodi Gordon at a walking and cycling event in October and described how she had been involved in a road traffic incident in January. 



Pedestrian

Young boy struck by car outside school gates

Pedestrian RTA Law

Owen was struck by a car as he started to cross the road having just alighted from the school bus.

What our clients say.

“Thomas has been absolutely fantastic with me throughout the whole process. Explained everything to me at various stages and always available if I had any questions. Nobody wants to be in an accident but if you are, you want Motorcycle Law Scotland on your side.”

Col Henry

“Excellent and caring service. Very professional but also very friendly and efficient with the client’s interests at the forefront of all interactions. Special thanks to Zara and her team.”

Dave Naismith

“After being hit by a car when crossing at a pedestrian crossing I came across RTA Law Scotland and the team talked me through the process of making a claim. They dealt with everything on my behalf and I was delighted with the outcome. I would highly recommend RTA Law Scotland to anyone who needs their assistance.”

Wilma Gordon

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