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International Rugby Stars Intend to Sue for Brain Damage

International Rugby Stars Intend to Sue for Brain Damage. A group of former international rugby players have announced their intention to sue the Rugby Football League (RFL) for failing to protect them against brain damage. A total of 10 individuals are pursuing legal action, including former Great Britain half-back Bobbie Goulding. Goulding has been diagnosed […]

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5 Key Predictions for the Irish Property Market 2022

5 Key Predictions for the Irish Property Market 2022 House prices in Ireland rose by 12.4% between September 2020 and September 2021. Huge increases have been seen both in and outside of Dublin, with the pandemic prompting many to leave the capital. The situation is reminiscent of the pre-2008 crash, although overall, the national index […]

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Why You Should Speak to Our Solicitors Before Accepting a PIAB Assessment

Why You Should Speak to Our Solicitors Before Accepting a PIAB Assessment Has the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) recently assessed your personal injury claim? Speak to our solicitors before you accept their assessment. We are frequently finding that PIAB assessments are too low and are not awarding correctly for multiple injuries. The problem is […]

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Improving Data Security and Efficiency for Our Clients

Improving Data Security and Efficiency for Our Clients We have recently upgraded our systems to enhance data security and efficiency for our clients. Now more than ever, you can expect a safe and streamline service when dealing with Mullins & Treacy Solicitors. Modern systems for the modern era Law firms are known for getting stuck […]

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How to Avoid Becoming a Ward of Court

You can avoid becoming a Ward of Court by making an Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) while you still have mental capacity. This allows you to nominate an attorney to make personal care decisions on your behalf. An RTE Investigates report Following an RTE Investigates report, the implications of becoming a Ward of Court is […]

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Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion

Mullins & Treacy has signed the Law Society’s Gender Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (GEDI) Charter. This demonstrates our commitment to creating a culture of inclusion, mutual respect and equal opportunity, both in our workplace and in the solicitors’ profession. What we’ve committed to As signatories of the GEDI Charter, we promise to treat “all individuals […]

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What Qualifies as a Personal Injury?

Under law, a personal injury is any injury that happens because of another party’s negligence. When this happens, the injured person or their family are entitled to make a claim for damages. What is the definition of personal injury in Ireland? Under the Civil Liability Act 1961, a personal injury is defined as: ‘any disease […]

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Did you fall ill because of the Irish Water Contamination?

Have you suffered an illness as a result of the Irish Water Contamination? At least 52 people fell ill after a failure at the Creagh water treatment plant caused contaminated water to enter the public drinking supply. If you were one of those to fall ill – or your loved one was – please contact […]

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Claims for Covid-19 Vaccine Injuries

Those who suffer significant injuries as a direct result of the Covid-19 vaccine could be entitled to pursue a civil claim. If this has happened to you, contact us now at Mullins & Treacy. We are client focused and results driven. Covid-19 vaccine injuries While we wholeheartedly support Covid-19 vaccinations, it has become apparent that […]

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How Does Marriage and Divorce Affect a Will?

In Ireland, marriage revokes a Will unless it was made in contemplation of the union. A divorce does not automatically invalidate a Will, so your ex-spouse could still inherit a share of your estate – unless their succession rights have been renounced or waived. Does marriage invalidate a Will? When you get married, any Will […]