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Lynsay McFarlane

Senior Solicitor | Dundee

Personal Injury


Lynsay is an experienced Personal Injury Solicitor based in our Dundee office.

A key member of the team, Lynsay advises clients on a range of Personal Injury claims, including; road traffic accidents including low velocity collisions, slips and trips whether on private or public land and product liability claims. Lynsay also has significant experience in employer's liability claims for workplace accidents, for example injuries arising as a result of a manual handling issue or from being provided with faulty work equipment.

Lynsay deals with cases in Sheriff Courts across Scotland, as well as progressing actions in the All-Scotland Personal Injury Court, and regularly appears Dundee Sheriff Court for a variety of general litigation matters including debt recovery, repossession and sequestrations as part of our local agency team.

Lynsay prides herself on her high level of client care and ensuring that she understands her clients’ needs. She demonstrates excellent communication and explains the various parts of the claims process clearly to her clients. Her friendly and reassuring manner helps clients through what can otherwise be a stressful time. Lynsay’s commitment, experience and hard work helps her to negotiate and secure the maximum amount of compensation possible for each of her clients.

Outside of work, Lynsay has been a member of her local community council for 12 years and is currently the Treasurer and Vice Chairperson. Lynsay is also a founding member and Chair of her local community grant funding scheme; assessing and awarding funding to organisations in her community. Lynsay is an avid follower of cricket which includes supporting her local team, Rossie Priory. 


Lynsay McFarlane's Blog Entries

£65k fine for Health and Safety breaches at M&Ds Theme

Back in 2017, I blogged about various…


Posted on 12th March 2019

Driving Miss Daisy off into the sunset

Last month Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, was involved in a road traffic accident when his 4x4 collided with another…


Posted on 27th February 2019

Lower drink driving limit = less accidents in Scotland?

In December 2014, the drink driving limit in Scotland was lowered to 50mg per 100ml of blood breaking away from the 80mg…


Posted on 15th October 2018



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