Legal Time Limits

Time Is Ticking! From the minute an accident happens the legal clock begins to start. It is important to be made aware of the legal time limits in place especially if you are involved in an accident due to the negligence of a third party. As only within a specif

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Legal Time limits

How to Act in your Best Interest after an Accident At Work (AAW)

how to act in your best interest after an accident at work

How to Act in your Best Interest after an Accident At Work (AAW) Accidents in the work place are a common cause of personal injury * here in Ireland. Personal injury * relating to workplace accidents * can take many different forms and are a direct result of neglig

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Solicitor’s Legal Fees

Clearing the Confusion: Solicitor's Legal Fees One of the most common questions I get from my clients, if not THE most common question is – what are your fees? Another being: how are your fees calculated? I have found that solicitors fees are a huge source of

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Data Access Request for CCTV Footage

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Data Access Request for CCTV Footage In the variety of cases we deal with from road traffic accidents, accidents at work, assaults, defamation and public liability, as a matter of primary investigation seek where possible CCTV footage of an incident. The sources

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Accident Claims For Non Irish Residents

Whether you are here on holidays, visiting family or friends or just passing through, having an accident and sustaining an injury for any non-national while in Ireland, is a total inconvenience and most definitely not part of your travel plans! In many cases the injured person will not be in Ireland long enough to pursue a personal injury claim while they are here, this begs the question, what can a non-Irish national do if they were involved in an accident that was not their fault while in Ireland?

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Sick Pay Entitlements Following An Accident At Work *

An employer can choose to pay some or all of your wages while you are on sick leave, but this payment is at their own discretion. If your employer does pay you sick pay, very often when the employer will require the injured employee to make a claim to the Department of Social Protection for a benefit – Illness/Disablement/Supplementary Welfare Allowance - and will then request for this payment to be paid over to them for as long as the employee is in receipt of the sick pay.

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Farm Accident Claims *

The report prepared by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) provides an analysis on risk taking and accidents on Irish Farms It discloses that the agricultural, fishing and forestry sector in Ireland has the highest rate of both fatal and non-fatal work-related injuries compared to other sectors (Health and Safety Authority (HSA), 2016).

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Manual Handling Injury Claim*

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Manual handling injury claims are a common workplace injury claim that our clients have suffered in the past. It is no surprise that back, neck and shoulder injuries as a result of heavy lifting are common in personal injuries claims, but what some people don’t know that these injuries can be sustains by pushing and pulling heavy objects without adequate training.

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Guide to child accident claim on behalf of a child – Responsibilities of the parent/guardian or ‘next friend’

In cases where a child is involved in an accident, the legal process making a child accident claim differs slightly from a personal injury claim involving an adult – here is a guide to the responsibilities of the Next Friend in a child accident claim for compensation.

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Why do I need a Personal Injury Solicitor * ?

Personal Injury Solicitor Dublin meeting a client about a personal injury claim for compensation

If you have suffered a personal injury * as a result of an accident that was not your fault, it is important that you contact a personal injury * solicitor when making a personal injury claim *. Personal injury * law can be confusing for those who have no experience with it, meaning that making a personal injury * claim without a solicitor means that you are very likely to come across some obstacles along the way, making the claims process a lot more stressful that it needs to be.

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