Category Archives: personal injury claim



Mothers With Birth Injuries: Compensation Claims

Many people do not realise that birth injuries are a relatively common occurrence, and that redress can be sought in cases where these injuries have serious consequences. Birth injuries to the mother are treated separately to birth injuries to the baby, and they may include physical injuries or mental health complications.

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WHAT SHOULD YOU DO AFTER A ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT?

 

Road traffic accidents are very common and for most people involved in a minor accident, they are an unpleasant and inconvenient occurrence. However, for some, they can be a great deal more serious, and this can be the case if there is a major accident, in which people are seriously injured or killed, or if there is any sort of accident in which the perpetrator does not stop.

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HOW TO PROVE FAULT AFTER A ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENT

Many people are involved in road traffic accidents every year in Ireland, and if you are one of these, you may be surprised to learn that you may bring a case for redress if you have had an accident that isn’t your fault. Being able to establish blame in a road traffic accident is very important for the legal processes that follow, and it can help to reduce stress in the future if you follow simple protocol to make this as easy as possible.

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ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS: PASSENGER CLAIMS

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident in which you were injured, and you were a passenger in a private vehicle, a commercial vehicle or on public transport, you are legally entitled to bring a case for financial redress. You should seek advice from a specialist solicitor such as S.T. O’Sullivan & Co Solicitors to determine whether or not you have grounds for a claim.
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