Personal Injury Solicitors For Personal Injury Claims
We are Personal Injury Solicitors based in Dublin. We help people every day of the week (weekends and bank holidays included) that have either been injured or harmed as a result of an accident or have suffered from Medical Negligence. We deal with Personal injury claims as a result of both the harm and Personal Injury and apart from making the whole process as easy as possible we seek to maximise your injury claim as much as we possibly can.
So do not hesitate to call one of our personal injury solicitors on 01 524 0606 now for your consultation of any accident or personal injury claim or fill in the contact form with your name and telephone number and we will get back to you shortly or at your convenience.
As Personal Injuries Solicitors Dublin we will do everything in our power as your injuries solicitors to make your personal injury claim as easy as possible for you.
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Do not hesitate and call 01 524 0606 now for your consultation
We deal with Personal injury claims (injured or harmed)
Dealing with Injuries boards (Formerly known as the PIAB)
We will deal with the Medical Negligence
Personal Injuries Categories Here are the major categories of personal injuries;
Types of Personal Injuries Accidents in these categories may well result in you suffering the following types of personal injuries and claims for redress;
How to go about making a Personal Injury Claim
All personal injury claims in Ireland, except for Medical Negligence have to be filed with the Injuries boards (Formerly known as the PIAB). We will deal with the Medical Negligence process later.
The Injuries boards have a specific form that needs to be completed and filed with a medical report to the Injuries boards. We will write to your GP for this report to enable the filling to be done as promptly as possible.
The Medical report will show what injuries you have suffered and any medium or long term cons