If you have been involved in an incident which has left you injured through no fault of your own, Keenan & Company can help put the strongest case forward for you to compensated.
We represent people that have been involved in the following:
Personal injury laws apply to all instances where an individual suffers from a harmful condition caused by negligent actions of a third person. The most frequent cases are associated with injuries resulting from road accidents and motor vehicle collisions. A person injured in an accident with no fault from their side has the right to file a personal injury claim as well as demand for the rightful compensation. Expert solicitors at Keenan & Company can help in the smooth running of the personal injury claim process through the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB).
Ireland is a country with a common-law jurisdiction whose court system is originally based on the English legal system mainly divided into two branches: civil law and criminal law. Irish civil courts hear disputes between individuals, organisations as well as the state. With a Court of Appeal who hears all appeals from the High Court’s decision, and saves in exceptional circumstances, its decision is final.
We strive to get the right results at the right price for our Personal Injury clients. We have a professional, experienced and hands on approach to assist you with all of your legal needs.
A personal injury claim is a legal case where an individual seeks compensation for injuries sustained as a result of another party’s negligence or wrongdoing. It can include various types of accidents, such as car accidents, workplace injuries, medical malpractice, or public liability incidents.
To determine if you have a valid personal injury claim, several factors must be considered. These include establishing that someone else was at fault for your injury, demonstrating that you suffered harm or losses as a direct result, and ensuring that your claim falls within the applicable time limit. Consulting with an experienced personal injury lawyer can help assess the viability of your case.
In a personal injury claim, you may be entitled to various types of compensation, including:
In Ireland, the time limit for making a personal injury claim is generally two years from the date of the incident or from the date you became aware of your injury. This is known as the statute of limitations. However, certain exceptions and different time limits apply to specific cases, such as claims involving children or cases against the State. It is advisable to seek legal advice promptly to ensure you don’t miss any important deadlines.
If you have been involved in an incident which has left you injured through no fault of your own, contact us to arrange a consultation to discuss your claim today.