Ferrys Solicitors Personal Injury and Accidents is our dedicated website for handling Personal Injury Claims and Accident Claims. We are registered members of the Law Society of Ireland, and the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association.
If you are unfortunately involved in an accident that was not your fault, then contact Ferrys Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin now.
The personal injury claims process, or dealing with the Injuries Board ( PIAB – Personal Injuries Assessment Board ) can be difficult, but at Ferrys Personal Injury Solicitors we are experts in this area.
Start your claim by filling in our Personal Injury Claim form below and one of our Personal Injury Solicitors will call you back as soon as possible. They will walk you through the entire Personal Injury Claims process in plain terms so that you will have a full understanding of how your claim will progress.
If you have been involved in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you can contact Ferrys Personal Injury and Accident Solicitors today to see if you are able to make a claim. We can help you with any type of Personal Injury Claim including Medical Negligence, Road Traffic Accidents or Public Place Accidents.
Personal Injury litigation deals with claims where you have been in an accident or had a personal injury that was not your fault, but can include many other types of personal injury claims.Read More
Dealing with a Medical Negligence claim can be very stressful for you and your family. One of our medical negligence solicitors will help this time to run smoothly and get you adequate compensation.Read More
Rad traffic accidents are extremely common in Ireland. When you are involved in a car crash that was not your fault, you may be able to make a compensation claim for any injuries and expenses, such as covering medical expenses, loss of income or repairs to damages on your car.Read More
Public liability claims (usually due to slips, trips and falls) can happen in any public place. The most common examples are a fall due to a slippery floor in a supermarket, tripping on broken or uneven pavement, tripping due to obstacles such as exposed cables or slips or trips at work.Read More
Your employer has a strict legal duty to provide you with a safe working environment, and proper safety gear and equipment to carry out your work. If you have been injured at work in a workplace accident that was not your fault, you may be entitled to compensation for your injury or loss of earnings.Read More
A holiday should be a relaxing time with your family and friends. However, if you have an accident or suffer a personal injury due to someone else’s negligence while on holidays abroad or in Ireland, it can be extremely expensive and stressful and you may be eligible to make a holiday accident claim and receive compensation* for your personal injuries.Read More
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In most cases, you have two years from the date of the accident to make your claim or two years from the date of knowledge of the damages connected to the accident. If you are outside of this time, you will be barred by the Statute of Limitation Act from bringing your claim. However, in certain cases there are exceptions to this rule.
The Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) also known as the Injuries Board, is the Board that has been established by the Government to see if certain claims can be dealt with by way of assessment without having to go to Court. All cases must go through the Injuries Board before they can go to Court.
First, we approach the other side, or their Insurance Company, to make an offer. If they do not make an offer, or if the offer is unacceptable, we will then bring your application to the Injuries Board.
We will bring the necessary Application to the Injuries Board on your behalf and deal with all matters that arise in connection with same. If the Injuries Board process is unsuccessful, or no settlement is made, we then bring your personal injury claim to court.
The amount of personal injury compensation you can be awarded depends on several factors, including pain and suffering experienced, financial loss, how your lifestyle is effected after the accident and the seriousness of the injury. The compensation for your personal injury claim, known as general damages, will be awarded based on medical evidence.
In certain cases after an accident or personal injury has occurred, a victim will be put under pressure to accept a lower settlement, or will be told they do not need a solicitor. However, a specialist personal injury solicitor will represent your best needs, and help you get the best possible claim. The Injuries Board is also encouraging claimants to apply without the services of a solicitor. However, a personal injury solicitor will also help you to get the best possible and fairest claim. The Central Bank, has also declared that personal injury solicitors will get higher value settlements than when a person self-represents.
All personal injury claims (with the exception of medical negligence claims) must in the first instance be referred to the Injuries Board. This can be a difficult process especially if you are not familiar with it. Ferrys Personal Injury and Accident Solicitors will provide you with the assistance and guidance required in making this application and we will seek the best resolution for you along with the compensation you deserve. If the matter is not resolved through the Injuries Board process, we will make any subsequent applications to Court on your behalf. We will use our expertise to ensure you are properly compensated and make the process as simple as possible for you.