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Can I recover the cost of my car damage prior to settlement of my claim?

This question frequently arises in road traffic accident cases. Can I recover the cost of my car damage prior to settlement of my injury claim?The answer is that just one claim can be brought by a claimant in respect of the accident. Therefore it is not possible to bring a separate claim for car damage,

What to do if you have had a car accident.

If you are in involved in accident, be it that a third party driver runs into and hits you or if you have the unfortunate mishap of crashing into another vehicle, then here are the necessary steps which should be taken immediately after the accident: Stay at the Scene The cardinal rule for all car

We can help you recover your lost deposit on Spanish Property Investments

An estimated 20,000 Irish investors could be eligible for a refund from uncompleted property developments following a ruling by the Spanish Supreme Court that banks are liable to repay deposits. On December 21, 2015, the court upheld an earlier finding that investors who put down deposits on unfinished off-plan developments were entitled to have their

Death & Injury toll among cyclists at 10 year high!

Making a Claim: What every cyclist needs to know. You may cycle to work, school or college every day. Or you might just like nothing better than a leisurely cycle through Ireland’s beautiful countryside. However often you get on your bike, accidents can happen and it’s best to be prepared. We’re sorry to report that

Work Injuries can have serious impact! Find out how to claim.

What to do if you’ve had an accident at work. An employer is required by law to provide safe working environments for their employees. There are health and safety regulations that must be adhered to, to reduce the occurrence of an accident at work. If an employer has been negligent to his or her duties they

Have you sustained injuries by being an innocent passenger?

Have you sustained injuries by being an innocent passenger? You may be entitled to claim. If you have been injured as a passenger in a private vehicle, on a motorbike, commercial or other vehicle or on public transport, then you may be entitled to make a claim for compensation. It is important to note that

Dear Diary… Diaries & Personal Injury Cases

Many people are familiar with the basics of personal injury cases. They understand "pain & suffering," and the fact that the party at fault should pay their medical bills and any out of pocket expenses. One thing all claimants need to prove to any Court is the fact that they are suffering and have sustained

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

Cosmetic Procedure Aboard has gone wrong!

Irish people travelling abroad to avail of cheaper costs of surgical cosmetic procedures has been the subject matter of much press coverage in recent years, with the press particularly taken by the savings which can be achieved versus the costs of privately funding such procedures in this jurisdiction. The website whatclinic.com noted that traffic through

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