Jo Clancy

Jo Clancy


Jo is an experienced Associate Solicitor.  She has over 5 years’ experience as a personal injury lawyer and has appeared in Sheriff Courts throughout Scotland.

Jo provides advice and support for injured cyclists, motorcyclists, and pedestrians in Central Scotland. Her experience and knowledge in personal injury claims allows Jo to negotiate and secure the maximum amount of compensation possible for her clients.

She also participates in both cycling and running events. After completing her third marathon, a foot injury forced her to focus her energy more towards cycling. Her enthusiasm and drive for sport and exercise makes her passionate and determined to help injured clients and work hard to get them the best possible result and back to fitness as seamlessly as possible.

Jo is a member of Edinburgh Athletic Club.

"I am passionate and determined to help injured clients and work hard to get them the best possible result and back to fitness as seamlessly as possible."

Our Award Winning Team

Brenda Mitchell - Senior Partner

Brenda Mitchell

Senior Partner

Brenda has been a Personal Injury Lawyer for over 35 years and for the last 20 years has specialised representing injured motorcyclists, cyclists and pedestrians.

Jodi Gordon - Partner

Jodi Gordon


Jodi has predominantly represented cyclists involved in road traffic collisions and specialises in assisting those who have suffered very serious and complex injury.

Thomas Mitchell - Associate

Thomas Mitchell


Thomas represents clients who have been involved in road traffic incidents and he specialises in representing vulnerable road users such as pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists.

Our Recent Case Studies

Andy Seaton and motorcycle

U-turn causes motorcycle collision

U-turn in stationary traffic causes motorcycle collision because driver fails to look.

VW collides with motorcyclist

An old VW campervan turns towards a layby and collides with an overtaking motorcyclist.

Fighting for Justice

James and his son were thrown off his motorcycle when a car pulled out from a side road as they were overtaking.

Justice prevails for injured motorcyclist

Justice prevails for motorcyclist who is charged for excess speed while car pulls across his path just after the brow of a hill.

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