We are available to deal with a wide range of accident claims including but not limited to motor vehicle collisions and trips, slips and falls. You can contact us anytime by telephoning our solicitors at our Dublin office on (01) 6600076 (9am – 5pm Monday – Friday).
How to commence a Personal Injury* Claim by telephone:
The first thing you should do if you think you have a valid claim is call our solicitors immediately on (01) 6600076. Our personal injury* team are always happy to take a call from a prospective client. Our solicitors will discuss your claim in a completely confidential manner and are usually in a position to offer you on the spot advice over the telephone. We can advise you about the how to make a claim, whether or not your claim is viable and whether or not we would be interested in taking on your case.
In order to win your case, it is important that you preserve as much evidence as possible for your solicitor. If you find this a difficult task our solicitors will be happy to help. However where possible it is important to make detailed notes about where your accident occurred, when it happened, who was involved, who were the witnesses, was there any CCTV, whether the Gardai or emergency services were called to the scene, which hospital or GP you attended, what injuries do you have and any other details you think are important or may support your claim.
If we think you may have a claim worth pursuing we will invite you to attend at our offices for the purpose of getting further and more detailed information about your claim. We will at this point be in a position to advise you as to your likelihood of success and the process involved in bringing your claim to a successful outcome. We never pressurise our clients to make a claim, if you decide not to proceed with your claim for whatever reason.
Personal Injuries Board Book of Quantum offers guidance on the amounts to be awarded in Personal Injuries* claims – https://www.piab.ie/eng/forms-guidelines/Book-of-Quantum.pdf
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.