Car Accident Claims *

After you have been involved in road traffic accident it is very normal that you have some questions like; should you hire a Personal Injury solicitor? Are your injuries bad enough to justify a personal injury claim? How do I go about the claim? How much is the claim worth? How do you even go about getting a recovery?

You need information right now. A car accident can be overwhelming and you might not know how to start your claim.
You should know that our associate Personal Injury car accident solicitors are committed to giving you the information they need to answer the hard questions and we are dedicated to helping our clients recover from their car crash injuries by getting them the compensation that they deserve.

Our associate Personal Injury Car Accident solicitors and our associate Personal Injury team will be working to ensure that you obtain proper compensation for your injuries and they can also assist your medical team to help you obtain proper diagnosis and treatment for your injuries. Their team approach allows them to make sure that your file stays active and that you obtain prompt and effective service from their office.

We are asked regularly about how much the personal injury claim is worth. However it is difficult to assess the value of any claim without considering a large number of facts. Some of these facts include the nature of your injury, the cause of the injury and the impact that the injury has on your ability to work and/or on your activities of daily living including homecare and recreational activities.

Whiplash Injuries

More and more Personal Injury claims involve whiplash. What is Whiplash? Whiplash injuries involve pain, sometimes severe in the neck, shoulders, head or the base of the skull that occurs after a motor vehicle or motor cycle accident. Most patients with whiplash recover in a few weeks or at most, a few months, but a significant minority develop chronic pain. Whiplash is not a trivial problem today, because once it has occurred; only about 3 out of 4 have recovered completely in one year and only four out of 5 have recovered completely in two years. In addition to neck pain, there are many symptoms associated with the whiplash syndrome and include sleep problems, poor concentration and memory, blurred vision, ringing in the ears, fatigue, and weakness. Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin’s associate solicitors in Dublin take a significant number of Car accident claims in this area.

COST

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SPEED

It is not in anybody’s interests to hang about

VALUE

Only the best for you

SUCCESS

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You should choose the well trained and fully experienced associate solicitors of Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin because simply they will get you what you deserve

Claim or No Claim

Can I Claim?

We will find out quickly and easily so you can make your decision.

Claims Process

Process

They will make it quick and easy for you with very little involvement needed from you.

Cost

No Win No Fee

Find out quickly about your options

Time Limit

Time Limits

Within 2 years unless you are a Minor under the age of 18

Personal injury claims

The basic principle is that the person who is at fault for your injuries has a legal obligation to compensate you, insofar as money can do this, for the pain, suffering and expense which you incur as a result of your accident

You may recover the costs associated with providing care for you from the date of the accident until you no longer need these services. Typical items under this category include massage therapy, nursing aids, special mattresses or braces, and other similar items associated with personal care.

If you took time off work as a result of the accident, you are entitled to make a claim for the wages you did not receive.

If, as a result of the accident, you are unable to continue working, you are entitled to make a claim for the income you would have earned for the rest of your working life.

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