A personal injury case arises when a person suffers an injury or injuries as a result of the actions of another person. Where this occurs, a person may be entitled to compensation. The level of compensation depends on two factors; (i) liability (fault) and (ii) the type and seriousness of the injuries suffered.
In Ireland, before a personal injury case can be brought at court, the claim must be submitted to and assessed by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) which is an independent government body that was established to alleviate the Courts’ personal injury caseload. For more information on the claims process with PIAB please see here.
Lawlor Kiernan LLP have experienced solicitors that provide a fully client-focused service. We communicate with our clients by using clear and plain language. Our aim is to obtain the highest possible amount of compensation for your injury.
We have significant experience in representing clients in all types of personal injury actions and have successfully settled and won personal injury cases at trial. Below are some examples of the types of cases we have represented clients in:
- Personal injuries cases involving children
- Scarring injuries
- Cycling injuries
- Accidents at work – Catastrophic injuries & Fatal injuries
- Hand and Finger Injuries
* Irish solicitors may not calculate fees or other charges in contentious business as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement nor is it our practice to do so.