Michael A. O'Connor Solicitors provide professional legal representation for clients who have been injured due to the negligence of a third party. Our experienced and straight-talking personal injury solicitors* sit down with clients and explain the details of their claim and offer practical advice and help them receive the legal redress they deserve.*
We specialise in areas including:
Accidents in a Public Place
Medical Negligence Claims
Road traffic Accidents
Work Place Accidents
Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin*
[Seeking legal advice and legal redress to help recover the costs associated with injuries is a measure every individual is entitled to carry out after suffering a personal injury*.
Michael A. O'Connor Solicitors can advise clients in Dublin whether it is worth pursuing injury in public place compensation following an accident in the workplace or due to medical negligence.
Our personal injury Dublin solicitors also advise clients on how to proceed with *claims against employers, organisations and uninsured drivers in the case of a road traffic accident.
Making the litigation process as straight-forward as possible is the goal of every one of our straightforward personal injury solicitors Dublin service. Informing clients of updates at every stage of legal process ensures we achieve satisfactory outcomes for our clients.
* In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I make a personal injury* claim?
Gather evidence and report the accident to whoever you believe was responsible. Addresses, photographs and names of witnesses are vital to your case. After booking a consultation, our personal injury Dublin solicitors will advise you on whether your personal injury claim* is worth pursuing.
How much compensation will I receive?
We will advise clients as to the amount of compensation they are likely to receive. This amount will depend on a number of things, such as the nature of your injuries, how long they persist for and the contents of medical reports.