Head Injury Compensation Claims*
Most head injuries are minor, but if you are hospitalized you are not one of the minor cases. We give you the compensation values the Injuries Board will use if you make a claim.
Back Injury Compensation Claims*
A back injury * can be one of the most devastating form of injuries, impacting both health and income. Read the guideline figures for compensation, depending on the severity of the injury.
Accidents at Work*
Serious accidents can happen in every kind of workplace, from construction sites to ordinary offices and shops. You may be entitled to compensation not only for your injury but also for ongoing pain and suffering, lost wages, and financial expense.
Accidents on Holiday*
If you suffer an accident or injury whilst on a package holiday or with a tour operator, you may be able to claim compensation in Ireland. Find out what to do if you're injured abroad.
Car Accidents and Other Road Injuries*
Car accidents are the most common cause of Personal Injury Claims. Our solicitors can assess yours, for free, if you need to make a claim.
Why Should I Claim for Personal Injury?
People commonly worry that making a personal injury claim may somehow be the wrong thing to do. Read about why it’s often the best way to protect yourself and your family.
Do I Need a Personal Injury Solicitor?
Often when an accident occurs, the victim is told that they do not need a solicitor or is put under pressure to accept a fast settlement offer. Even when working with the PIAB or the MIBI, it is important to make sure your interests are protected.
When Do I Need to Claim for Personal Injury Compensation?
Many victims of accidents and other personal injuries do not realise there is a time limit on when you can claim compensation. Learn about the time table and how to start a claim.
PIAB Injuries Board claims, Settlements and Courts; How to make a Personal Injury Claim
PIAB Injuries Board claims mostly end in settlements- frequently because the PIAB Injuries Board’s assessment is accepted by both parties. But some cases go to court.