The process for making a claim is extremely straightforward.
In order to make a Personal Injury Claim in Ireland you have to make an application to the Injuries Board to assess your case. If we take your case on, all we ask is that you attend one medical appointment that we will organise on your behalf. Once we have obtained the necessary medical report we will present your case to the Injuries Board.
Once the application has been lodged, the Injuries Board will notify the other party of the application. If the other party decline to have your case assessed, the Injuries Board will issue an Authorisation which will allow you to issue legal proceedings against the other party in court. If the other side consents to the assessment, the Injuries board has up to a period of nine months in which to assess your claim.
If either party fails to accept the assessment of your claim, the Injuries Board will issue Authorisation to issue legal proceedings to allow the claim to proceed through the courts.