Pedestrian Road Traffic Accidents

At RTA LAW, 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 RTA Law have represented many pedestrians in road traffic accident compensation claims. 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 road traffic accident cases.

Motorcycling Injuries

Pedestrian Road Traffic Injuries

If you or a loved one has been injured in a pedestrian road traffic accident, it’s vital to seek expert legal advice, preferably from a lawyer with a specialist knowledge of road traffic accident law.

We work closely with our clients and are backed up by a team of expert witnesses, highly qualified lawyers, Advocates and top accident & emergency, medical and surgical consultants. We aim to ensure your compensation claim results in the best possible outcome for you and your family.

Rehab

Rehabilitation

For many injured pedestrians, the provision of prompt specialist rehabilitation will help improve the outcome. Access to early intervention rehabilitation is crucial and at RTA Law one of our top priorities is ensuring our clients have the support they need to improve their quality of life and regain independence. We fully subscribe to the Rehabilitation Code of Practice. 

Changing Solicitors

Changing Solicitors

No matter what stage your accident compensation claim is at, it’s always possible to change Solicitors. You don’t need to remain with the solicitor appointed by your insurance company. Changing Solicitors is easier than you think. It is a straightforward process.

No Win, No Fee

No Win, No Fee

If you’ve been involved in a pedestrian road traffic accident and have been injured, you need advice from a lawyer to help you claim for any injury and loss.

Many people worry about seeking help from a lawyer because of the costs involved but at RTA Law we can remove that worry. We operate on a "no win no fee" basis.

Our Recent Client Stories

Frederick Street, Edinburgh

Zebra crossings are not always safe havens

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

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

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

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

What our clients say.

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"I would highly recommend Cycle Law Scotland. My case was handled by Thomas Mitchell who provided advice and updates from the beginning to end. Cycle Law Scotland have access to numerous professionals who can provide expert opinions."
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Latest News

High Pedestrian Activity

Improving Pedestrian Safety

News Pedestrian RTA Law
February 23, 2023

Pedestrian fatalities appear to be on the increase. Associate, Jo Clancy, looks at the reasons for this and considers whether there are any sensible measures which can be taken by

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