Personal Injuries/Accident Claims

In Ireland, thousands of people each year are involved in accidents which are caused as a result of the negligence of third parties. Personal injuries can have life altering consequences. We, at McMahon & Williams Solicitors have the experience and expertise to assist victims of such accidents, including:

  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Accidents at Work
  • Accidents in Public Places (slip & fall actions)
  • Medical Negligence
  • Children’s Injuries
  • Fatal Injuries and Inquests
  • Criminal Injuries
  • Psychological Injuries including Post Traumatic Stress
  • Farm Accidents
  • Product Liability
  • Occupiers Liability
  • Health & Safety Litigation.

McMahon & Williams Solicitors are committed to providing the highest level of service and to obtaining the maximum level of compensation for our clients, whether through the Injuries Board, through settlement or through the court process. We will take detailed instructions in relation to the circumstances giving rise to the injuries sustained and will keep our clients advised and informed throughout the process. McMahon & Williams Solicitors have successfully brought personal injuries cases resulting in settlement in excess of €1 million.

Strict time limits apply to personal injuries actions. In general, a person who has been injured due to the negligence or fault of a third party has two years from the date of the incident to make a claim. There are limited exceptions to this. It is therefore important that if you are unfortunate enough to have suffered an injury which is due to the fault or negligence of a third party, that you take proper legal advice at an early stage. McMahon & Williams Solicitors will be happy to discuss the circumstances of your case with you and to advise you on at the outset with no obligation.

For advice or to book an appointment, please contact Aisling Glynn or Sinead Kenny. Alternatively, you can telephone us on 065 9051009 or send an email to info@mcmahonwilliams.ie

* In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement