Injury Claims

Are you looking for injury claim advice*?

We have a Specialist Litigation Department, set up to deal with Claims for Accidents* and Injures*. Being injured as a result of an accident*, whether that accident* took place at work, at home, at a premises or in a public place, creates an enormous amount of stress, anxiety as well as pain for the victim. We are cognisant of this. Our aim, is to try to get fair compensation for the injured person, to guide them through the Injury Claim* process, advise them on any offers or awards and assist them in their recovery from the injury*.

If you have had an accident* or injury*, then you are entitled to seek legal advice. Once we take on your case, we can quickly call in Engineers, Surveyors, Expert Doctors and relevant Specialists to establish a good claim for you and to ensure the best result and compensation for you.

Our Injury* Claims Department have a fully computerised custom-built software system to ensure we can provide the best legal service to you.

You can make an Injury Claim* yourself and you don’t have to use a Solicitor to do this! In fact, the Irish Government’s Policy is to encourage victims to navigate the Compensation Claim process themselves and not to use Solicitors. Insurance Companies also try to approach injured people without the aid of legal advice.

We would contend that this is unwise and that you should employ a solicitor (and we would like if you used us here in Kilkenny!) for the following reasons:

A personal injury* solicitor will know all the different types of losses you can claim. If you attempt to make your own claim, it is very likely you will not include all the losses that you are entitled to.
A personal injury* solicitor will be able to obtain more compensation for your injuries*. A personal injury* specialist solicitor will not only have access to the most recent law on the value of your injury*, but in addition will be taken far more seriously, than you would be, when any offers of compensation are made.

A personal injury* solicitor will know what evidence is necessary to prove your claim.
Whilst our physical office is in County Kilkenny, we can still work for you, no matter where you live. We have clients around the Globe and not just in Ireland and Kilkenny, Carlow and Laois.

Why choose our accident solicitors?

We should say that you don’t need to use a solicitor to make an injury claim*! You can make the compensation claim* yourself. In fact, the Irish Government’s policy is to encourage people not to use solicitors.

At every turn in the injury claim* process, the citizen is coaxed to do the claim themselves.
We would contend that this is unwise and that you should employ a solicitor (and we would like if you used us here in Kilkenny!) for the following reasons:

  • A personal injury* solicitor will know all the different types of losses you can claim. If you attempt to make your own claim, it is very likely you will not include all the losses that you are entitled to claim.
  • A personal injury* solicitor will be able to obtain more compensation for your injuries*. A personal injury* specialist solicitor will not only have access to the most recent law on the value of your injury*, but in addition will be taken far more seriously than you would be when any offers of compensation are made.
  • A personal injury* solicitor will know what evidence is necessary to prove your claim.
    With any injury claim*, the first thing you need to do is to establish that someone is to blame for the injury*. Just because you are injured does not mean you are entitled to compensation*.

You must also ask – does the person responsible for your injury* have insurance?

If they do not, then, the chances of recovering money reduce. Remember, whilst most people will have insurance, it’s not a certainty, nor is it a legal requirement to have insurance. Only in the case of motor vehicles that go on the public road – drivers must have insurance; and, even if they don’t the Irish Insurance industry will cover the claim through the MIBI.

If there is no insurance, great care is needed in making a decision to proceed against the responsible party. You could get a court award for huge money, but, at the end of the day, the Court Order is merely a piece of paper. It’s not cash, and to convert it to cash may take a long time and a lot of expenses. Think hard before suing an uninsured defendant.

In our specialist litigation department, we can help you and guide you through the various issues that arise in an injury* case. When you meet us, we have the skill to guide and advise you. We are proud to say that leading engineers, top surgeons, prominent barristers and a host of other eminent experts have strong links with this law firm in Kilkenny! As well as looking after your injury compensation claim*, we can also put you in touch with leading medical experts , who not only can provide detailed reports on you, but who can offer treatments to help you recover – the latter being the most important goal.

Whilst our physical office is in County Kilkenny, we can still work for you, no matter where you live. We have clients in Australia, Japan, Canada, Russia and elsewhere.

*In contentious business, a Solicitor is prohibited from calculating his fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

The benefits of our Accidents service

Here are some of the many benefits of calling our solicitor:

  • We want you to receive the best results and fair compensation for your case
  • We can call engineers, doctors, surveyors and specialists to ensure that you have a great case
  • We have the knowledge and expertise to provide you with legal advice that is tailored to your case

How can you book an appointment with our Solicitors?
You can contact us today by phone or email to book an appointment with one of our solicitors.
How much do Solicitors charge?
The amount a Solicitor charges in Ireland is a matter for the Solicitor and client to agree. Essentially, Solicitors charge on the basis of the complexity of the matter, the time involved, the urgency and the value of the transaction. Solicitors’ fees vary throughout the Republic of Ireland and so it is worth a customer’s time to ask for an estimation or quote at the earliest opportunity. A Solicitor is obliged to give you a quote as soon as practicable.  
Do I need to travel and physically attend at the Solicitors office?
No, in this modern age with electronic communications, your physical presence is not necessary at our offices in Castlecomer, County Kilkenny. We can arrange online face to face meetings. In some situations, we will require to establish your identity and place of residence, however, we try and make this as pain free and as easy as possible.  
What locations do Holland Condon Solicitors provide services to?
We provide services to any person, any company or any organisation located anywhere in the world! Mainly, our clients reside in the South East of Ireland and, particularly, in the Counties Carlow, Kilkenny and Laois.  
What Legal Services do you provide?

Holland Condon Solicitors, Kilkenny, provide Legal Services in the area of injury claims*, property transactions, house sales and purchases, making Wills for people and helping next of kin/family/friends when a loved one/family member has passed away. We also provide a Commissioner for Oaths service. All our services are detailed above and can be accessed by clicking on the relevant icon on our web page.

* In contentious business, a Solicitor is prohibited from calculating their fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

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