Our Personal InjurySolicitors can help guide you through many different types of personal injury claims. If your injuryhas been caused by somebody else then you may be entitled to compensation which can help to cover medical expenses, loss of earnings and an amount for the pain and suffering caused to you.

What Should You Do After suffering an Injury ?

  • Seek medical attention as soon as possible
  • Document the accident. Take photos and notes of how and where the accident happened.
  • Take details of any witnesses who saw the accident. Check if there is CCTV footage which may have recorded the accident and ask for a copy of the recording.
  • Report the incident to the person responsible for the area where the injury happened. For footpaths and manhole covers this is often the responsibility of your local Council.
  • Contact a specialist personal injurysolicitor for advice

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Can I make a Claim myself without a Specialist Personal Injury Solicitor?

Yes you can make a claim through the Injuries Board yourself. However, the person you are claiming against (who will often be an Insurance Company rather than your employer) is under no obligation to advise you on whether any offer or award is a fair reflection on what you are entitled to as a claim for pain and suffering as well as your medical expenses and loss of earnings. A specialist personal injurysolicitor will be able to help guide you on what compensation you are entitled to receive.

How long do I have to make a Personal Injury claim?

You need to make claim within two years of the accident. However, you need to notify the person you are claiming against within one month of the accident. There are some exceptions to the 2-year limit such as for children (under 18) but children can also bring a claim for compensation while they are under 18 with the help of their parent or guardian.

What is a “No Win No Fee” Solicitor?

Be careful if you see websites advertising “no win no fee” solicitors. The law prevents Irish solicitors from advertising as “no win no fee” so any websites that do so may be claims harvesting websites or based outside of Ireland. Be careful about submitting your details to such websites as they may be in breach of Irish law.

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