Our Litigation team has vast experience in both personal injuries, general civil litigation and
Personal Injury including Fatal Injury Claims
In order to make a claim for personal injuries, you must have suffered a loss, and it must have been someone else’s fault.
We act in personal injury proceedings for Plaintiffs, and also in the Defence of personal injury proceedings arising from injuries suffered at work, in road traffic accidents, in public places and act in High Court, Circuit Court and District Court cases.
Where a person dies as a result of the negligent or wrongful act of another, an action may be brought by the Personal Representative of the Deceased on behalf of all of the Dependents. A dependent is a person who is at a loss financially from the wrongful death of the Deceased. Only one action can be brought on behalf of the Dependents.
These are inherently emotional and tragic cases. We have experience in acting in these cases and we act for Dependents in relation to fatal injury cases at all stages throughout initiating a claim to its conclusion, including attending at Coroner’s
Inquests and hearings.
Professional Negligence Claims
Where you have been given professional advice from a solicitor, engineer, accountant, architect, barrister, financial advisor, that was negligent or below the standard required, and that resulted in a loss to you, we will advise you in relation to whether you may be able to pursue a claim.
We work closely with Counsel and other experts to advise and pursue professional negligence claims. We work closely with expert counsel and other professionals in order to successfully pursue professional negligence claims.
We have recently acted for several Plaintiffs in professional negligence proceedings resulting in settlements agreed.
If a doctor, nurse, or other medical practitioner breaches their duty of care, and as a result of that breach, the patient suffers injury, damage or loss, that patient can pursue a claim for the medical negligence of medical negligence or malpractice against the medical practitioner and or the medical institution responsible.
We have acted for both Plaintiffs and Defendants in medical negligence cases.
The process of judicial review allows applicants to challenge how a decision of a Court or State body was made. It concerns the process and the how of the decision made, not the merits of the decision itself.
Time is of the essence in these cases, and an application for leave to judicially review a decision must be made within three months of the decision being made. Contact us for advice as soon as possible to discuss your options.