Tracey Solicitors

Dublin Airport Injury Claim *

09.01.2020

Airport injury claims * can happen at any stage in Dublin Airport. This may be from the moment you park your car in the Dublin Airport carpark facilities, to walking through the terminal, having a bite to eat or boarding the plane itself. Depending on the nature of your injury and the how the accident […]

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ZEBRA CROSSING ACCIDENT

10.12.2019

What is a Zebra Crossing? Zebra and pedestrian crossings are in place to ensure the safety of pedestrians when crossing a road. Although there are precautions in place, accidents on zebra crossings * can still happen. These types of road accidents * can occur as a result of either a pedestrian or driver negligence. It is up to all […]

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Medical Negligence *

29.11.2019

Medical negligence * (also known as clinical negligence) is a term used to describe situations where a patient suffers a personal injury * as a result of an error made by the medical practitioner. In most cases, medical professionals are dedicated, diligent and ensure that the treatment you are receiving is to the highest standard. […]

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CHILD PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS

28.11.2019

Child personal injury claims arise following an accident involving children. A claim for compensation for an accident involving a child is treated differently than personal injury claims for adults. A person under the age of 18 is considered a ‘minor’ in the eyes of the law. A minor cannot engage a solicitor or make an accident compensation […]

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Injured In A Public Place – Slips, Trips and Falls

27.11.2019

Slips, trips and falls (also referred to as public liability claims) can occur in almost any environment. From tripping on a pavement while out and about as a result of an uneven or broken footpath, a fall in a supermarket on a wet or slippery floor, trip or fall in the workplace, at a restaurant, […]

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Compensation Claims Estimator *

26.11.2019

One of the most common questions asked by people who are pursuing a personal injury claim * following an accident that was not their fault is how much compensation they will get. This is a difficult question to answer as there are many factors that are taken into consideration when a compensation amount is settled on and […]

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Data Access Request for CCTV Footage in Personal Injury Claims *

25.11.2019

In the variety of cases we deal with from road traffic accidents, accidents at work, assaults, defamation and public liability, as a matter of primary investigation seek where possible CCTV footage of an incident. The sources of such footage range from, standard cameras in a public area, traffic cameras on streets, dash cameras in cars, […]

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WHAT TO DO IF YOU HAVE AN ACCIDENT AT WORK?

24.11.2019

An accident or injury at work is an unfortunate event, one that can have serious effects on a person’s mental, physical and financial state. An accident at work can also be referred to as a workplace accident, occupational accident, or injury at work and can be described as an occurrence in the course of work […]

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Bicycle accident claims

14.11.2019

If a driver of a motor vehicle is injured, or their vehicle has been damaged in an accident on the roads, they are protected by the insurance companies. A Cyclist, on the other hand, may rarely receive the same legal protection & may often be left to fend for themselves, following an accident on the road […]

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No Win No Fee Solicitors Explained *

07.11.2019

What is No Win No Fee *? The concept of ‘no win no fee’ * also known as no foal no fee is common practice amongst solicitors in Ireland. This fee arrangement means that a solicitor will not charge for their service if a client’s case is unsuccessful i.e. if you do not win your case, you […]

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