Personal Injury

Compassionate and supportive during PI claim April 2019

Having almost lost my kidney in a road traffic accident, Amanda Evans helped me through this traumatic period of illness.

Amanda was professional at all times whilst being compassionate and offering kindness and support.

Amanda worked quickly, efficiently and continued to check up on me keeping me informed at all times.

I am grateful for the empathy and for her listening attentively to my issues.

I would highly recommend Amanda Evans to anyone seeking first class legal help.

What is the CICA?

The CICA

It’s a taxpayer funded government organisation based in Glasgow that pays compensation to victims of crime who are eligible under their scheme. The current scheme is called The Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme 2012, is about 70 pages long, and looks like it will be applicable for the whole of 2019. Schemes usually change every 5 to 7 years, but recently the government has not been making new legislation due to Brexit.

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