At Blake & Kenny LLP Solicitors, we understand the trauma and stress that can come with being involved in a motor vehicle accident. Whether you were a driver, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian, a serious accident can leave you with injuries and financial losses that can impact your life for a long time. If you’ve been in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to make a personal injury claim.
A personal injury claim is a legal process that can help you to recover compensation for the injuries and losses you have suffered as a result of the accident. This can include compensation for medical expenses, loss of income, and other costs, as well as compensation for pain and suffering.
At Blake & Kenny LLP Solicitors, we have a team of experienced personal injury solicitors who have helped countless clients to make successful claims following motor vehicle accidents. We understand the legal process and the evidence that is required to build a strong case. We have also a deep knowledge of personal injury law in Ireland.
Our solicitors will work with you to fully understand the circumstances of your accident, your injuries and the impact the accident has had on your life. We will use this information to build a strong case and to negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf. We will be with you every step of the way and will keep you informed of progress throughout the process.
Making a personal injury claim can seem daunting, but with the right support and guidance, it can be a straightforward process. Our solicitors will handle the legal aspects of your claim, leaving you free to focus on your recovery. We will also provide you with practical advice and support throughout the process, to help you to navigate the challenges you may face.
If you are considering making a personal injury claim following a motor vehicle accident, it’s important to seek legal advice as soon as possible. There are strict time limits in place for making a claim, so it’s important to act quickly to ensure that you don’t miss the opportunity to claim the compensation you are entitled to.
It is important to understand that our solicitors will work tirelessly to gather all the evidence needed to prove your case. This may include medical records, witness statements, and expert reports. We will use this evidence to show how the accident occurred, who was at fault, and the extent of your injuries and losses.
It is important to note that our role is also to make sure you recover the compensation that you deserve and in line with the guidelines. Many of our cases are presented to the insurance company and we negotiate a settlement on our clients behalf. In most cases, a settlement can be reached without the need to go to court, but if necessary, our solicitors have the experience and knowledge to represent you in court.
In addition to your claim, we also understand that you might have other needs to be addressed. We can also help you to claim for other expenses such as travel costs and the cost of hiring a car while yours is being repaired.
When your claim is settled, we will ensure that you receive all compensation to which you are entitled. And this will include not just your past losses and expenses, but also any future losses or expenses that you might incur as a result of your injuries.
At Blake & Kenny LLP Solicitors, we are dedicated to helping our clients to recover the compensation they are entitled to and to get the help and support they need to move on from their accidents.
We offer a free initial consultation, so you can speak with one of our solicitors and get advice on your specific case. It’s important to remember that there are strict time limits in place for making a personal injury claim, so it’s important to act quickly to ensure that you don’t miss the opportunity to claim the compensation you are entitled to.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you to make a successful personal injury claim following a motor vehicle accident.
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