John L. Mulvey & Co., Solicitors specialise in all aspects of personal injury cases. If you have sustained an injury through no fault of your own you may be entitled to seek compensation for your injuries and losses.
We represent clients in cases involving;
In appropriate cases we will fund the cost of your claim to include medical report fees.
In most cases, your claim for compensation for injury must first be made through the Injuries Board. We will look after the whole process by attending to each stage of your claim through the injuries board. We aim to ensure that all aspects of your claim are properly compensated, not only your injuries but also for your present and future financial losses as well as recovering your medical costs. When the Injuries Board has assessed your case we will advise you as to whether that assessment represents fair compensation.
If you are dissatisfied with an Injuries Board assessment or your case is not one which the Injuries Board is capable of dealing with then, we will ensure that Court proceedings are comprehensively prepared and issued on your behalf without delay and your case progressed to settlement or hearing as soon as possible thereafter.
We can assist you with all cases for compensation for injuries sustained in Road Traffic Accidents, Accidents in Public Places, Accidents at Work, and Medical Negligence Cases.
If you are seeking personal injury solicitors or if you have had an accident through no fault of your own and wish to speak to us about bringing a claim we are happy to assist you. Contact us on 01 4515055.
If you are injured in an accident out of normal business hours please phone 086 2636232 for initial advice as to how to best protect your interests.
When you have been involved in an accident your initial response may be shock. You may leave the accident scene without vital information required to protect your interests being recorded. The right advice at the right time may help you to avoid difficulties in acquiring adequate compensation.
* In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
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