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Rear-end Collision Claims*

25.11.2021

A rear-end collision is when one vehicle collides with the back of the vehicle in front. Rear-end collision accident claims are a common source of injury in Ireland. The Negligent Party In most cases, the negligent party is the colliding car coming from behind. The car can sometimes be stationary, waiting at a junction or […]

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RSA and Gardai issue road safety appeal following deaths of six road users in 24-hour period

23.08.2021

Following the deaths of six road users in the last 24 hours the Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána are issuing an urgent appeal to all road users to take greater care on the roads. “It’s been a dark 24 hours on Irish roads which has seen an appalling loss of life” said […]

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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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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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Bus Accident Claims *

20.02.2021

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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Rear ended on Long Mile Road – Case Study *

17.04.2020

Case details Case Type: Road Traffic Accident * Injury: Soft tissue injuries to neck, shoulder & lower back *. Case summary Incident: Michael was involved in an accident on the Long Mile Road and when he was stationary at a crossroads and was rear-ended by a car who failed to stop. Such was the force of the impact […]

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4% Rise in Road Deaths Recorded in 2019

01.01.2020

Pedestrian deaths decline by 36% and passenger deaths down by 20%, but 2019 sees 45% rise in driver deaths Vulnerable road user deaths decline by 23%   Provisional road collision statistics for 2019 show deaths resulting from road traffic collisions have increased. A total of 148* people lost their lives in 2019, compared to 142 […]

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Ireland receives EU road safety award for 2019

20.06.2019

Ireland named second safest European Union Member State in 2018 Ireland has today been named the winner of this year’s prestigious European Transport Safety Council Road Safety Performance Index (PIN) award. The annual award is presented to a European country that has demonstrated continued progress on road safety combined with a strategic approach to tackling […]

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Fatal Road Accident Claims *

06.01.2019

A fatal road accident claim * is legal action taken whereby a person dies as a result of a road traffic accident. As a result of the wrongful act of another person. Unfortunately, fatal road accidents * happen on a regular basis. The financial burden that their dependents bear thereafter can be alleviated through the fatal […]

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2018 Another Record Low for Road Fatalities 4% drop in road deaths in 2018 compared to 2017

05.01.2019

Provisional road collision statistics for 2018 show Ireland continued to improve its road safety performance by recording a 4% drop in road deaths, making it the safest year since road deaths were first recorded in 1959. Up to 3pm on the 31 December 2018 a total of 149 people lost their lives on Ireland’s roads […]

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