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Do I Need a Solicitor to Make a Personal Injury Claim?

In theory, you do not need a solicitor to make a personal injury claim in Ireland. However, it is risky to proceed without legal advice. Using a solicitor ensures your claim has the best prospect of success, and that you receive the maximum…

How Does the Personal Injuries Assessment Board Work?

The Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) is an independent statutory body that assesses the value of personal injury claims in Ireland. It was established by the Personal Injury Assessment Board Act 2003, with the aim of reducing the time…

Personal Injury Claims Involving Children

Children are entitled to be compensated for their injuries, if they are involved in an accident through no fault of their own. However, the process differs slightly because children cannot bring legal action on their own. Compensation for injured…

Will I Lose My Job If I Sue My Employer?

You cannot be fired for making a work accident claim against your employer. If you are, you could have grounds for an unfair dismissal claim. Workplace accident claims – common concerns If you are injured at work and your employer is found…

10 Step Guide to Making a Personal Injury Claim

Most people have never made a personal injury claim before. If you are unfortunate enough to have grounds for a claim, you probably want to know what the process involves. Every case is different, but broadly follows the 10 steps outlined below. Personal…