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Have you sustained a Back Injury In the Workplace

Preventing back injuries is a major workplace safety challenge. Employers are required by law to adhere to strict Health and Safety regulations. It is their duty to provide a safe working environment for all staff members in all areas of the work place inside and outside. No 100% solution has been found for totally eliminating

How long do I have to claim?

How long do I have to make a personal injury claim? As a general rule an accident compensation claim must be registered with The Injuries Board (and acknowledged) within two years of the accident date. There are exceptions. In particular, where the “date of knowledge” is some time after the accident date, then the two year

If you’ve been injured in a public place – what are your options?

We offer Free Legal Advice Often the subject of rumour, speculation and light-hearted banter, public liability injury law is a complex matter. If you have been injured in a public place and feel that it was something that could have been avoided, you may be entitled to compensation. Whether it’s on a public footpath or in

Going to Court: the reality.

Going to court – the very thought of it conjures up nerves for many people. From watching court on our TV screens and cinemas, we think we have a real picture of what goes on there every day. We’re glad to report that 98% of personal injury claims are settled without setting foot inside a

The Injuries Board offers no support!

 The Injuries Board will not advise you if your case may be statute barred! The case of Patricia Carroll -v- Mater Misericordiae Hospital [2011] IEHC 231 is an excellent example of this. The background facts of her case was as follows; Patricia was a housewife and on the 30th May, 2005 she was as an

The Injuries Board fails victims everyday!

One mans account of how the system failed him following a horrific accident.  In Ireland, all Personal Injury Claims must be submitted through the Injuries Board, this is an online process that encourages claimants – you – to submit the claim yourself without legal assistance. However, time and time again it is evident that this system

The Injuries Board offers NO advice to victims.

The Injuries Board will not tell you if the parties named by you are correct and cannot correct any mistakes made by you! The case of Noel Recruitment (Ireland) Limited -v- PIAB & Moro Issak [2015] IEHC 20 is a classic example of this. Moro's case began in 2009 when he sustained severe personal injuries

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Warning! The Injuries Board cannot be trusted.

One mans account of how the system failed him following a horrific accident.  In Ireland, all Personal Injury Claims must be submitted through the Injuries Board, this is an online process that encourages claimants – you – to submit the claim yourself without legal assistance. However, time and time again it is evident that this system

The Injuries Board under assessed my case by €311,736.26

Gary Matthews has issued a call for a "realistic review of the 2004 Book of Quantum" following a successful case before The High Court. Gary Matthews Solicitor, Principal Partner in the firm of Gary Matthews Solicitors,  represented a 47-year-old man who sustained an accident at work in County Wexford. The man was awarded €38,263.73 by

Book of Quantum review promised

Conor O’Brien, chief executive of the Injuries Board finally promises a review of the 2004 Book of Quantum! Figures published in the Board’s 2015 Annual Overview show that nearly 34,000 new personal injury claims were submitted to theInjuries Board in 2015, representing a six per cent increase in new claims compared to 2014. Conor O’Brien,