24 hour National ‘Slow Down’ Enforcement Operation 21 and 22 October 2021

21.10.2021

Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána urge motorists to reduce their speed Drivers speeding on rural roads to be targeted as 4 out of 5 fatalities occurred on rural roads in 2021 Road users urged to take extra care over October Bank Holiday as clocks go back 64 people have been killed or seriously […]

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Taekwondo – “Path of Fist and Foot”

24.09.2021

Taekwondo is a Korean Martial art. If we go back further, Taekwondo has a wealth of history dating back to cave drawings in a martial art discipline called Taekkyon. Before the word Taekwondo was commonly used, there were Kwans or schools. The first of those schools was founded by GrandMaster Byung Juck Ro on the […]

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Building Site Accident Claims

16.09.2021

In cases where you are involved in a building site accident that was not your fault, there may be a legal remedy. This legal remedy, you can seek by way of a building site accident claim. Common Building Site Accident Injuries Being involved in a building site accident, as an employee can be a traumatic […]

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DEPENDENT RELATIVES

15.09.2021

Many people living and working in Ireland have elderly or sick relatives living in other EU countries.  In some circumstances, it becomes necessary or desirable for the relative to come and live in Ireland. Whilst EU citizens can freely move to Ireland, they only have a right to receive a social welfare payment in limited […]

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SURVIVOR PENSIONS

10.09.2021

Personal and Family relationships change over time, and this can lead to difficult circumstances, especially if your spouse dies, or if you are need to look after elderly or sick relatives who may not have lived or worked in Ireland. SURVIVOR PENSIONS This is the name for pensions paid to the surviving widow or widower […]

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Manual Handling Injury Claim

23.08.2021

Manual handling injury claims * are a common injury claim that our clients have suffered in the past. It is no surprise that back, neck and shoulder injuries as a result of heavy lifting are common in personal injuries claims, but what some people don’t know that these injuries can be sustains by pushing and pulling heavy objects without adequate […]

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Compensation for injuries to pedestrians in the event of an accident

22.08.2021

A pedestrian accident is a road collision involving both the person walking and a vehicle. Due to hindered vision and harsher weather conditions, the most likely time for pedestrian accidents to occur is at night and during the winter time when there is reduced sunlight. Pedestrian injuries * can occur for numerous different reasons. Every accident is […]

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Hit and Run Claims*

13.08.2021

A hit and run is a road traffic accident in which a driver intentionally leaves the scene without leaving their contact and insurance details, leaving them effectively unidentified and untraceable. A Common Occurrence Unfortunately, this occurrence is more common than you might think and usually occurs when the other driver does not have valid insurance […]

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Flight Accident Claims *

04.08.2021

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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Time Is Ticking!

01.08.2021

From the minute an accident happens the legal clock begins to start. It is important to be made aware of the legal time limits in place especially if you are involved in an accident due to the negligence of a third party. As only within a specific time frame are you able to bring a claim […]

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