PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
How we can help you
If you have suffered injuries and someone or something other than you was the cause, you may be entitled to compensation. As well as claiming compensation for pain and suffering, you may also be able to recover compensation for loss of earnings from being out of work and compensation for past and future treatments/expenses.
If you wish to speak to us regarding personal injury law, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the link below.
Road Traffic Accident
If you were involved in an road traffic accident (whether you were a driver, passenger or pedestrian), you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. If you have been in a road traffic accident, please contact us or book a consultation and we will advise on the strength of your claim.
By law, your employer is expected to provide you with a safe working environment and in many cases, provide workers all workers with health and safety training required for their jobs. If your injury is the result of hazardous working conditions, faulty machinery, incorrect signage or the employer’s negligence towards health and safety training, please contact us in order to discuss what further options to take.
Slips and Falls
According to the Health and Safety Authority of Ireland, slips trips and falls are the second highest single cause of workplace injuries. If you have suffered an injury from a slip or fall, please contact us or book a consultation and we will advise on the strength of your claim.
Accident in Public Place
When an accident occurs in a public area, the public body/institution is responsible for keeping you safe.
As such, public injuries as a result of a public body or privately-owned business’s negligence may entitle you to compensation. This may include being struck by loose objects and fixtures, exposure to hazardous materials and any dangerous obstructions that were not labelled as hazardous or guarded by the public body.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other
charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement”.