Moloney & Associates Solicitors Limerick

Personal Injury Solicitor Limerick

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We will advise you and process your claims in relation to:-

Personal Injury Litigation :*

Specialist Personal Injury Solicitors in Limerick advising and processing claims on behalf of injured parties in areas such as road traffic accidents, trip and fall type incidents, workplace and industrial accidents, post traumatic stress, accidents abroad, fatal injury and liability for defective products for example cases against DePuy Orthopaedics as a result of their ASR Hip Replacement recall. Most personal injury claims in Ireland have to be submitted to the Injuries Board (formerly the Personal Injuries Assessment Board). If you fail to get a resolution/settlement from the Injuries Board then you will get an authorisation from the Injuries Board to allow you to go to court in the traditional manner. Clients should be aware that the strict time limits apply in personal injuries actions.

 Bullying and Stress Claims:
Acting for employees in work-related stress and bullying claims.


Garda Compensation Scheme:

A compensation scheme exists for members of An Garda Siochana who suffer personal injuries (that do not result in death) that were maliciously inflicted upon them as a result of their membership of An Garda Siochana. The scheme also covers dependants of deceased members who were fatally injured in the course of their duties. Strict time-limits apply. The scheme was established under the Garda Siochana (Compensation) Act 1941 and the Garda Siochana (Compensation) (Amendment) Act 1945.

 Prison Officer Compensation:

Prison Officers injured during the course of their duties may be able to avail of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal. There is a strict three month time limit from the date of when the injury was acquired to have your application lodged. This strict time limit can be extended on a discretionary basis.

 Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal:

The purpose of this scheme was to compensate individuals for losses arising from personal injuries as a result of violent crime or acquired while assisting another individual in preventing a crime or saving a human life. If you or are a family member have been the victim of a violent crime and have suffered injuries or even died a as a result then you may in certain circumstances be entitled to bring a claim for compensation under a scheme funded by the Department of Equality, Justice and Law Reform. Time limits apply here so you will need to arrange a consult a solicitor quickly.


* The Solicitors (Amendment) Act, 1994 prohibits a Solicitor acting for a client in connection with any contentious business (not being in connection with proceedings seeking only to recover a debt or liquidated demand) on the basis that all or any part of the charges to the client are to be calculated as a specific percentage of a portion of any damages or other monies that may be or may become payable to the client. In contentious business a Solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.