At McIntyre O’Brien Solicitors, we have the expertise and knowledge to help and advise you on all matters relating to your accident, road traffic and personal injuries claims.*
If you have been involved in an accident resulting in personal injuries then you might be entitled to take a claim for compensation.
In case you’re wondering what exactly a personal injuries claim is, if you have received an injury due to an accident which wasn’t entirely your fault, or, that you suffered an injury where some party, other than yourself, were at least partly to blame for the accident and the injuries you have received. The law relating to this is generally covered under the tort, which is latin for ‘wrong’, of negligence. For example, it is most commonly argued an individual was negligent in their driving and that caused an accident to occur which resulted in injuries. Similarly, it could be also be argued there was an injury caused due to a breach of a statutory duty, like the occupier’s liability act or safety, health and welfare at work act.
No matter the accident nor the extent of the injuries you suffer, we are specialised and in a position to advise and represent you throughout your claim. Our guarantee to you in using our service is that we will use all of our skill, expertise and resources to secure the best possible outcome for you in a professional and friendly manner.
We can advise you throughout the entirety of your claim. We have represented our clients in personal injuries claims before every court in Ireland, including the District Court, the Circuit Court and the High Court. We can also help you with your claim to the Injuries Board. This is the usual starting point for all personal injuries claims.
If you would like to speak to us about a possible claim, please take note there are specific time limits involving personal injuries actions that need to be borne in mind so if you have a question, please contact us and don’t let the clock run down. Unfortunately this happens sometimes and people can find their claim statute barred, which means it cannot be brought as it is out of time.
If you would like to consult with us about a potential claim, you can contact us at any of our contact details including calling our office telephone at 074-9725105, or if you would prefer to email, please feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get in contact with you immediately in respect of your query.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other damages as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
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