Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin | Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions

Who is responsible for my personal injury?

Who is responsible for your personal injury will depend on how the accident happened. If your injury was sustained in a road traffic accident, the driver who caused the accident will be responsible and we will seek damages from their insurance company. If your injury was sustained in a public place it may be the owner of a property or a government body who will become the mark. If your injury was sustained at the workplace due to the negligence of an employer or colleague, it will most likely be your employer who is responsible and we will seek damages from their insurer.

Every accident has different elements to it, and because of that, no two cases are identical. The process of getting the best result in a personal injury case may differ according to the unique circumstances of the case. We at Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin specialise in getting the best result for you.

What am I entitled to as a result of my injury?

Your entitlements resulting from a personal injury will depend on the circumstances surrounding the accident, and the losses suffered. You may be entitled to loss of earnings if you have been absent from work as a result of the accident. You may also be entitled to general damages as a result of pain and suffering as well as out of pocket expenses.

Many factors influence the outcome, such as:

  •  Your age
  • Whether you were partially at fault
  • The nature and extent of your injuries
  •  The nature and extent of your losses
  • Other involved parties

Check out our Claims Calculator to give an indication of how injuries are assessed.

How long will my personal injury claim take?

Every personal injury case is different and lots of factors will determine how quickly Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin can bring your case to a conclusion. Factors can include liability, or if court proceedings are necessary to resolve will dictate how long a case takes and the nature and complexity of the personal injury suffered.

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