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Can Passengers Make Personal Injury Claims?

Can Passengers Make Personal Injury Claims? Passengers who are injured in accidents are allowed to make a personal injury claim. This ensures you get all the legal remedies and compensation you’re entitled to. Where a child is injured, a claim is usually brought on the child’s behalf by a parent or legal guardian. Passenger injury […]

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What to do if injured in a Public Place

What to do if injured in a public place If you’re injured in a public place, you should report the accident, take photos of the scene and get the contact details of any witnesses. Then, you should speak to our personal injury solicitors about making a public place claim – also known as a public […]

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Probate Solicitors Waterford

Probate Solicitors Waterford If Probate is needed following your loved one’s death, you have two options: handle the Probate and estate administration process yourself, or ask a Probate solicitor to do it for you. If you would like a helping hand with the Probate application, the estate administration, or both, our solicitors are ready and […]

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How Do I Choose a Solicitor When Buying a House?

How do you decide on a solicitor when buying a property? How do you decide on a solicitor when buying a property? There are so many to choose from across Ireland, and it can be hard to know where to start. If you’re looking for a conveyancing solicitor, here are some things to consider – […]

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Can I Transfer Ownership of a Property During My Lifetime?

Can I Transfer Ownership of a Property During My Lifetime? You can transfer part (or all) of your property to another person during your lifetime with a voluntary transfer. This differs to selling because no money is exchanged. There could be tax implications, so you must get professional advice first. What is a voluntary transfer? […]

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How Often Should I Update My Will?

How Often Should I Update My Will? You should update your Will after any major life event, such as marriage, divorce, the birth of a child or the death of an heir. You should also review your Will at least every five years to make sure the current version still aligns with your wishes. If […]

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Landlords: Is Now the Right Time To Sell?

Landlords: Is Now the Right to Sell? If you’re a landlord in Ireland, then now could be the right time to sell. You wouldn’t be alone: hundreds of landlords are leaving the rental market citing soaring house prices, onerous legal changes and the end of Captial Gains Tax (CGT) relief. Why are landlords selling up? […]

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What to do After an Injury at Work

What to do After an Injury at Work If you suffer an injury at work, you should tell your employer or manager about the accident. Then, you should seek medical attention and keep a record of your financial expenses. Last but not least, you should contact our personal injury solicitors to discuss a work accident […]

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What Happens If I Reject a PIAB Settlement Offer?

What Happens If I Reject a PIAB Settlement Offer? If you reject the PIAB’s assessment of your claim, the PIAB issues a document called an authorisation. This allows you to bring legal proceedings against the respondent. Your solicitor will then negotiate directly with the other side in an attempt to reach an out-of-court settlement. The […]

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Decisions You Need to Make Before Writing Your Will

Before you make a Will, you need to make a number of important decisions. Here are some decisions you need to make before writing your Will. We’ve explained these in detail below, helping you prepare for the writing of your Last Will and Testament. Do you want to make specific bequests? Do you want a […]