Accident in a Public Place *
Public Liability Claims *
Slip, Trip and Fall Claims *
Report the Accident
Reporting the accident to the relevant authority should be your first step. For example, a slip and fall in a shop should be reported to management where they record it in their incident report book. Reporting of other accidents in public places will depend on where the accident happen. Your solicitor may be able to advise you on where to report the incident.
Document the incident
Photos of the scene of the accident showing the cause if possible, expenses incurred, loss of earnings, details of the other party involved, details of any witnesses to the incident, will all be useful evidence of your accident.
Seek Medical Attention
Have a doctor assess your injuries, you will need this as part of your claim to prove the extent of your injuries – your solicitor can request a medical report as part of the process.
Talk to a Solicitor
Getting a solicitor involved early in the process may help you move through the process quicker – Contact Tracey Solicitors’ specialist road traffic accident * team to start the claims process.
TELL US ABOUR YOUR CASE
Over 30 years’ experience in Accident Claims
Nationwide Case Management
No legal jargon. Advice you can understand
WHAT OUR CLIENTS THINK
Very professional yet personal. Made the whole process very stress free. Thank you.
SIMPLE 3 STEP CLAIMS PROCESS
SPEAK WITH OUR SPECIALIST ACCIDENT SOLICITORS *
YOUR SOLICITOR WILL HELP GATHER ALL DOCUMENTS NEEDED FOR YOUR CLAIM
YOU FOCUS ON YOUR RECOVERY WHILE WE FOCUS ON YOUR CASE
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?
Injuries Board Application
You solicitor will submit an Injuries Board Application on your behalf.
It is important that your solicitor do this for you as they will
be aware of the process and can avoid any legal bumps in the road you might
encounter if you did this yourself.
Fast. Effective. Efficient.
Injuries Board Assessment
The Injuries Board will notify you and the person at fault and provide a suggested
compensation amount to be paid to you. Together with your solicitor, you
will decide whether to accept or not. Your solicitor’s knowledge and experience
will be vital here in helping you consider whether to accept the suggested
compensation amount or move to the next stage.
Experience. Knowledge. Trust.
Settle Your Case
Deciding to accept the Injuries Board assessment means your case will be settled there and then. If you do not accept, then your solicitor will issue legal proceedings. At the stage, your solicitor will manage your case for you. Many cases are settled before stepping foot into the courtroom. Your solicitor will bring your case to a close with your best interest at heart.
Understanding. Loyal. Successful
TRUST THE EXPERTS
Being involved in an accident* can be a difficult experience. At Tracey Solicitors, we understand this and know that the world of accident claims is something you may not have experience with. This is where our client-focused approach comes into play, to put your mind at ease and make the process as easy as possible for you.
Trust in Tracey Solicitors to provide you with the support and guidance you need so you can focus on your recovery while we manage your claim.
With state of the art case management systems, utmost in client care, total transparency and communication in a language you can understand, working with your solicitor has never been easier.
You can visit us in our Dublin City Centre offices on St. Andrew Street, Dublin 2 or if that does not suit you your entire case can be managed via phone/email no matter where you are in the country.
MEET YOUR SOLICITOR
WHAT OUR CLIENTS THINK
The service and professional advice received was excellent. At all stages through the process I felt confident that I was receiving great advice and guidance from Caoimhe McConnell. I wish to thank Caoimhe for getting my case to a successful resolution- much appreciated.
You should note that no solicitor/client relationship or duty of care or liability of any nature shall exist or be deemed to exist between Tracey Solicitors and you until you have received a written letter of engagement from us in which we confirm our appointment as your Solicitors.
*In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
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