Click here to read Irish Times news article In 2012, Kareem Al Balooty was a backseat passenger in a car. The car veered off the road and struck a pole. Al Balooty suffered from a traumatic brain injury as a result of the accident. He currently lives in a nursing home in Limerick and can [Read More]
Under Irish law, employers must take reasonable action to protect the health and the safety of employees. Employers must provide appropriate training, supervision, a safe work environment, proper machinery, proper equipment, and capable co-workers. If you are hurt at work, your employer may have a legal responsibility to compensate you.
Car accidents and other road injuries are often referred to as road traffic accidents (RTAs). If you’re involved in a car accident or other RTA, your entire life could be affected. The World Health Organization states that there are more than 1.2 million deaths caused around the world each year because of road accidents. More than forty times that...
Some of the more common types of accidents that happen on holiday are slips on wet floors in hotels, accidents during physically intensive tourist activities, food poisoning in restaurants and
transport accidents. If you have suffered injuries in any of these circumstances, or in any other way, while on holiday call us today...
Some of the most common types of trip and slip injuries we help with, are slips on spillages in supermarkets, trips over defective surfaces on public pavements, slips on spilt drinks in bars and clubs, trips over poorly laid carpet or unsafe rugs in residential homes and falls down slippery or otherwise badly designed staircases. If you have suffered...
Personal injury claims are used when you’ve been hurt because another person failed to uphold their duty. You may be entitled to receive compensation for loss of earnings, medical care, and for the effects the injury had on your life. A personal injury solicitor can help you assess if you have a legal claim.
If you were injured because of the negligence of another person or a business, the first step is to file a claim with the Injuries Board. The Injuries Board does not determine if someone was at fault for your injury. They assess the value of the injury by reviewing medical evidence and by reviewing similar injury claims and court awards.
Either party involved can reject the assessment of the Injuries Board. If this occurs, the Injuries Board will no longer be involved in the personal injury claim. They will issue the injured person an Authorisation that allows them to begin litigation if they would like to do so. Read More
Tiernan & Co. Solicitors is a long established law firm specialising in personal injury law. Our focus is always on the client and we provide a dynamic, efficient and proactive service to all our clients.
Our belief is that our clients’ success determines our own. We achieve both by ensuring our clients exceed their goals.
TIERNAN & CO SOLICITORS IS A MEMBER OF THE DUBLIN SOLICITORS BAR ASSOCIATION AND THE LAW SOCIETY OF IRELAND