10 Things You Should Know About Irish Bike Law

Cycling in Ireland has become increasingly popular over the last number of years with an explosion in the number of people who have chosen to commute to work by bike instead of driving or using public transport. This is in part due to the successful bike to work scheme which allows tax relief for the purchase of a bike for the purposes of commuting to work

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Material Damage Claims

Wypadki drogowe to najczęstszy typ wypadków. Są one również najczęstszym powodem wnoszenia roszczeń o odszkodowanie *. Jeśli uczestniczyłeś w wypadku samochodowym i nie jesteś pewien, co powinieneś zrobić, zadzwoń do jednego z naszych polskich prawników specjalizujących się w wypadkach drogowych.

Road traffic accidents can occur in a number of ways – car accidents, bus accidents, motorbike accidents, bicycle accidents, etc. The most common of these being car accidents, while most car accident claims are relating to injuries sustained as a result of the accident, not all car accidents end in injury. What do you do if you are involved in a car accident but you haven’t sustained any injuries, but your car was damaged as a result. The damages to your car are called Material Damages. Below is a guide to material damage claims for those who have been involved in a car accident.

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Accident Claims For Non-Residents Who Sustained An Injury In Ireland

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

child accident claim next friend responsibilities

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 * ?

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