PIAB Injuries Board

What is PIAB?

What does PIAB stand for? The Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) is Ireland’s independent state body which assesses personal injury awards for people that have been injured in an accident through no fault of their own. Sometimes the PIAB is known and referred to as the “Injuries Board”. PIAB is an independent body set up …

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The PIAB Awards

All Personal injury claims are required by law in Ireland to be submitted to the PIAB, known as the Injuries Board, for assessment of value. Medical negligence claims however are not submitted to the PIAB. The PIAB will probably make an assessment of value of your injuries, depending on a number of important factors. The …

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The PIAB Process

The Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB), formerly known as the Injuries Board, is a statutory body which assesses how much damages is due to an injured person. It does not, however, make any decisions on liability. That means they do not decide who is at fault. With the exception of medical negligence cases, all personal …

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