How to make a workplace injury claim

How to Make a Workplace Injury Claim in Ireland

Thousands of Irish people are involved in workplace accidents each year. Often such accidents can result in a successful workplace injury claim. According to data from the European Union’s statistics agency, Eurostat, Ireland is above the EU average in terms of the number of fatal accidents at work. In 2015, 7,775 non-fatal injuries were reported…

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Guide to Irish Property Law

Irish Property Law: What You Need to Know Before You Buy

Are you thinking about buying a house in Ireland? But not sure about all the legal ins and outs? Here’s our guide to Irish property law, to help you on your journey to buying a home.   1. How is the Property Being Sold? Most properties are bought and sold privately, through real estate agents.…

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Anthony Joyce Last Will and Testament Tips

5 Top Tips for Making a Will in Ireland

Are you considering making a will? Maybe like many others you feel daunted or even afraid by the process. Or what about the cost? Well here’s a list of 5 top tips on making a will in Ireland, to make sure the process is as straight forward as possible.    Making a Will in Ireland…

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Personal Injury Claims in Ireland

A Guide to Personal Injury* Claims in Ireland: 5 FAQs.

Thousands of personal injury* claims are made in Ireland each year. Whiplash is the most common claim – accounting for 80% of all insurance claims. While the average amount paid out per neck injury is €15,000, serious damage can result in payments of up to €77,900. This is according to a comprehensive report published by…

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Guide to Bankruptcy in Ireland

A Guide to Bankruptcy in Ireland

Bankruptcy can happen to anyone. Large mortgages, failed business ventures and student loans can soon become overwhelming and difficult to manage. Filing for bankruptcy may seem like a drastic course of action to take, but for many people in financial distress it can be the most realistic and helpful option available. That said, it can still…

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