Personal Injury including Medical Negligence Claims

If you have been involved in an accident through no fault of your own, you could be entitled to compensation.  Whilst monetary compensation will not undue the harm done, it will go some way towards relieving you of the burden of living with the injury sustained.  In such circumstances you could also be entitled to a refund of most medical expenses and costs incurred as a direct result of the accident.

It is important that you have an experienced solicitor to help you deal with your personal injury case so that your distress during this difficult time is minimised.  Amorys has acted for more than 1,000 claimants based in Sandyford and the surrounding Dublin area in their personal injury cases since it was established thirty years ago and thus has the necessary experience to deal with your claim.  Some of the most common types of personal injury claims that we have dealt with are as follows:-

  • Road Traffic Accidents
  • Children’s accidents
  • Workplace accidents
  • Accidents on holidays, concerts or festivals
  • Slip, trips or fall claims
  • Faulty products

At Amorys, we are with you every step of the way during your personal injury claim, from taking initial instructions and requesting defendants to preserve evidence to the day you finally receive the compensation to which you are entitled.

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