12 January 2017
Allan McDougall Solicitors' Personal Injury team is delighted to have been shortlisted for Litigation Team of the Year in the Scottish Legal Awards 2017.
25 November 2016
Allan McDougall Solicitors is thrilled to have won the Private Client Firm of the Year award at the prestigious Law Awards of Scotland 2016 ceremony in Glasgow.
26 October 2016
Allan McDougall Solicitors are delighted to have been short-listed for two awards in the prestigious Law Awards of Scotland 2016.
The Law Awards of Scotland, operated by The Herald, have...
18 July 2016
Achieving a reduction in cycling accidents would seem to be a commendable aspiration.
14 April 2016
We recently bid a fond farewell to Cathy Burnett, retiring after a quite remarkable 57 years’ service with the firm. She made a massive contribution to Allan McDougall and played quite a...
5 January 2016
Allan McDougall Solicitors have been shortlisted as finalists in the Employment Team of the Year and Residential Property Team of the Year categories in the Scott + Co Scottish Legal Awards...
4 November 2015
The aim of any personal injury claim is to put the injured person in the position they would have been in, had the injury not occurred.
3 September 2015
When our client stood on a nail while working at the airport, it went through his boot and punctured his foot. He was off work for three days with pain and discomfort. He had not intended to make a claim. However, his employer refused to pay his attendance bonus (worth £600) due to him being off due to the accident. He went back and forth with them, but they refused to...
24 February 2015
In January, U2 frontman Bono was involved in a cycling accident in New York, and reportedly, may never play guitar again.
17 April 2014
Most people who fall ill or are injured at work never receive a penny in compensation, reveals a myth-busting report. “Contrary to perceptions, not every injury results in compensation,” said Matthew Stockwell, president of the not-for-profit victims’ campaign group the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) which has produced a joint report with the...
18 February 2014
Our client was passenger in a works’ vehicle when his colleague driving it lost control and the vehicle veered off the road causing our client to sustain both physical and psychological injuries.
Fault was initially denied but there was later a settlement proposal of £10,000, which was then increased to £13,000.