Personal Injuries

Have you been in an accident or incident resulting in you suffering an injury due to the action or negligence of some other person? This could be a workplace related matter or a road traffic accident.

Here at Ronan Enright Solicitors, we have a highly experienced team who deal with Personal Injuries claims. If you have suffered such an injury as a result of someone else’s actions or negligence within the previous two years, we might be able to assist you in bringing a claim against those responsible.

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Overwhelmed by all the steps involved?

Ronan Enright will talk you through all of the steps involved and keep you informed throughout every stage. In their simplest form these include:

  • Obtaining a medico-legal report from your doctor/specialist.
  • Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) Application.
  • Drafting/Issuing a Personal Injuries Summons.
  • Responding to Particulars raised by the defendant.
  • Preparing evidence for Hearing.
  • Settlement

Oftentimes, matters can be dealt with without ever needing to step into a courtroom. We at Ronan Enright Solicitors will always take our client’s instructions when dealing with your case.

Please feel free to contact our office with no obligation if you feel that you may wish to bring a Personal Injuries Claim.

Feel free to call us on :021 235 5443 or info@ronanenright.com