Operating as part of one of the largest insurance claims teams in the UK, we are recognised as one of the few firms to offer niche expertise and advice in all areas of Scottish claims and litigation.
With expertise ranging from a complete outsourced pre-litigation service through to specialist experience of claims fraud; Employers Liability and Public Liability; disease, motor, household and catastrophic injury claims; as well as recoveries, commercial insurance, HSE/regulatory work and fatal accident inquiries, we’re proud of our reputation for delivering the very best, expert claims and litigation service, across Scotland.
Through engagement with the Scottish Government and other stakeholders, we have helped shaped the future claims landscape in Scotland. We stand out because of our ability to leverage data differently from all of our competitors and have pioneered the use of profiling and analytics in Scotland - leading to indemnity savings for our clients.
Most importantly, our locally-based, experienced lawyers work alongside specialists in other locations, providing a fully-integrated, UK-wide service, for all of our insurer clients.
The data from Claims Portal for July allows a further sighting of likely future claims numbers on the eve of the Civil Liability Bill proceeding to Second Reading in the House of Commons.
The June portal data is now available and allows an up to date of latest trends which continue to appear to be affected by the incoming Civil Liability Bill and accompanying Small Claims Track changes where the Bill has entered the House of Commons with its Second Reading due to take place on 4 September.
The release of May's portal data allows an updated review of the latest claims trends and demonstrates the emergence of what are likely to be new trends which can be set against the back drop of the ongoing progress through parliament of Part 1 of the Civil Liability Bill.
We’re committed to playing a significant role in leading the claims sector in Scotland, and have worked hard to influence the government on the new QOCS regime in Scotland, persuading the Scottish Government to allow the FCA to regulate Claims Management Companies in Scotland.