• Personal Injury* & Accident Claims FAQ

    If you intend to make a claim after an accident  you must do so within the time limits set out by the Statute of Limitations.

    Usually you are allowed two years from the date the injury was caused or identified but this is not always the case.  There are special rules for children and persons suffering with disabilities and also some other exceptions.

    • When to Claim:+

      sliderimage-croppedIf you intend to make a claim after an accident you must do so within the time limits set out by the Statute of Limitations.

      Usually you are allowed two years from the date the injury was caused or identified but this is not always the case. There are special rules for children and persons suffering with disabilities. There are other exceptions.

      No action can be taken on foot of the claim if the claim is not initiated within the legal time limits.

    • Costs & Fees+

      Our fees are reasonable and competitive.

      In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

    • Child Plaintiffs+

      Persons under the age of 18 years are know as minors or infants. Minors may not bring proceedings in their own name. They must be represented by a ‘next friend’, usually one of the parents

      Any compensation awarded to a minor is lodged into the court bank account and becomes payable to the minor together with interest when they reach 18 years.

      Any settlement of a case involving a minor must be approved by the Court.

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