Motor Car Crash Accident Compensation Claims*

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The word ‘accident’ is something of a misnomer. Most road traffic accidents are in fact some one’s fault. Accidents can be caused by a number of factors including:

  • Speed
  • Tiredness, lack of concentration or lack of care
  • Failure to react to dangerous situations
  • Reckless, dangerous driving or drivers under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
  • Vehicle defects (e.g. lights, brakes, tyres)
  • Unsecured loads

No matter how minor your injury may seem you may be able to claim compensation if the accident is wholly or partly the fault of someone else. This may be the other driver but fault may also be established against a Local Authority in respect of defects in the road.

If you were unlucky enough to have been involved in a car accident which involved a Hit and Run driver or an Uninsured driver, you can make a personal injury compensation claim to the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland. Their role is to compensate victims of road traffic and car accidents caused by uninsured and unidentified vehicles.

If you have any doubts at all about who was to blame for the accident, contact us now.

For more information on road traffic accidents claims, call Accidentclaimsolicitors.ie now on Free Phone 1 800 644 444 or simply email us using the enquiry form. One of our Personal Injury legal team will contact you immediately to arrange an immediate consultation.

Work Accidents*

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Each year thousands of people become injured through accidents at work, causing them to be off work for a period of time. Common incidents involve handling, lifting, carrying, slips, trips, falling objects, hand-tools, machinery and falls. Others are injured as a result of the repetitive nature of their work activities or the absence of appropriate training. If you have been injured at work then Accidentclaimsolicitors.ie can help.

Employers are obliged under Health & Safety legislation to offer their staff a healthy and safe environment to work in. This means undertaking an assessment of the risks that exist in the workplace, as well as providing training, competent fellow employees  and properly maintained and suitable work equipment to ensure that everyone can carry out their job in a safe manner and in a safe workplace.

If it can be proven that someone else is at fault for your workplace injury – whether it’s your employer, a colleague or another company carrying out a job at your place of work – you are entitled to make a compensation claim for your work accident.

For more information on accidents at work claims, call Accidentclaimsolicitors.ie now on Free Phone 1 800 644 444 or simply email us using the enquiry form. One of our team will immediately get back to you to arrange an immediate consultation .

Fatal Injury Compensation Claim*

Fatal Injury Compensation Claim
It is an unfortunate fact that people do die in accidents and leave behind devastated family members and loved ones. If the fatal accident was someone else’s fault, then the family of the deceased may be able to make a fatal injury compensation claim.Making a claim for compensation will obviously not be the first thing those loved ones think of but in some cases the compensation will be essential for the family to carry on after the death.For example, if a man is killed in an accident at work, leaving behind his wife who looks after their children, she may have no way of providing for those children in his absence.Because fatal accident compensation claims are so important for the family left behind, you need a firm of solicitors with experience of dealing with complicated and high value claims as well as a firm which can act with compassion and empathy towards the deceased’s family.Contact us today on Free Phone 1 800 644 444 or by simply using the online enquiry form for an immediate consultation.

Accidents In Public Place*

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Often, we rely on others to keep us safe from personal injury when we are walking along a pavement, shopping in a supermarket or with the children in a playground.

Unfortunately, personal injury accidents can occur if the authorities responsible for maintenance and repairs fail to implement safe conditions.

Likewise, if the owner of your local supermarket or shop failed to ensure that their buildings are properly maintained and safe, personal injury can occur.

Injury’s can also occur as a result of slips on spillage, or trips caused by poorly maintained footpaths. When this happens, you may have the right to pursue a public liability claim for compensation.

There are laws in place that require local authorities to inspect, maintain and repair roads and pathways, and which require the owners of land and premises to ensure that visitors are kept safe from personal injury.

If you have been involved in an accident in a public place and suffered a personal injury, don’t delay – contact us now for a personal injury claim. We have the experience and expertise to help you make a public liability claim and get the appropriate compensation for your personal injury.

For more information on accidents in public places, call accidentclaimsolicitors.ie now on Free Phone 1 800 644 444, or simply email us using the enquiry form. One of our Personal Injury legal team will contact you immediately to arrange an immediate consultation.

* In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement. This statement is made in compliance with Reg 8 of SI 518 of 2002