Tracey Solicitors

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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Flight Accident Claims *

09.10.2019

Flight accident claims * relate to personal injuries * suffered while travelling on an aircraft. In many cases, personal injuries * are sustained when either embarking or disembarking an aircraft or while on flights for various different reasons. If you have been injured while boarding, disembarking a flight or during a flight, then you may […]

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The Importance of Preserving Evidence in a Personal Injury Case

04.09.2019

In many Personal Injury * cases, the outcome is often reliant on the evidence that is presented against the opposing party. It is crucial to preserve key pieces of evidence to prove your case. It is essential to gather this evidence in a timely manner as evidence may dissipate, become lost or unavailable. The best […]

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Taxi Accident Claims *

06.07.2019

Often when taxi accidents * occur, the passenger can experience significantly worse injuries than the driver. This can sometimes be due to the taxi driver having an increased awareness of traffic meaning they react to the surrounding road conditions immediately. In the event of an accident, this means that the driver has a moment to brace themselves […]

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Industrial Deafness Claims *

31.05.2019

Industrial deafness is a hearing impairment that is brought on by exposure to excessive noise in the workplace. Common symptoms that may be present at the onset of industrial deafness are; struggling to hear the TV, missing parts of sentences in a conversation or experiencing a constant buzzing or ringing in your ears (tinnitus). Employees […]

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Spinal Injury Claims *

01.05.2019

Spinal Injuries * most commonly happen due to a blow to the spine which fractures one or more vertebrae, causing disruption to the cords normal functions. The spinal cord transports any communication that is sent from the brain to the rest of the human body. Depending on what nerve roots affected and the exact location […]

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Occupational Injury Claim

01.04.2019

Occupation Injury claims * may be sought by an employee for injuries sustained during the course of their job. These types of work injuries can be sustained in numerous ways. When they are sustained due to a failure of an employer to implement and sustain a safe working environment, provide the adequate protection needed for […]

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Bus Accident Claims *

09.03.2019

The public transport system in the Republic of Ireland maintains a high level of health and safety standards each year. The Road Safety Authority (RSA) released the statistic that buses are the safest form of public transport within the country. However, when accidents * do occur, they can have a calamitous effect due to the […]

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Wet Floor Accident Claims *

11.02.2019

A wet floor accident claim * occurs where a person slips, trips and falls in a public place due to the wet state of the floor and the absence of adequate signage to warn them. Injuries due to wet floors * contribute largely to the number of slips, trips and falls accidents * every year. To prevent […]

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