Personal Injury Claims

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If you have been in an accident or injured in any way you will need a solicitor to initially review that case for you. We at A.C. PENDRED and Co. will do that for you.

Accidents happen in the ordinary course of daily life and you may have suffered loss and experience pain and suffering because of injury with no fault on your part or you may have been partly responsible. We can advise you about this and determine if you have a case for compensation. The disruption caused to your life by the injury sustained may result in loss.

Compensation is a financial subsidy for your injury, pain and suffering, economic loss, distress and trauma experienced by you due to the accident. It is paid to you as an expression of liability and remedial redress. The liability is the responsibility of those that have caused the accident or injury due to their negligence and/or breach of statutory law.

You may be entitled to make a valid claim for compensation for a road accident, a work related accident or an unfortunate mishap attributable to a reckless or negligent owner of property.

We will assist you and consider your accident experience. We will reply to you within 24 hours. We will treat your information with the utmost confidentiality and privacy.

A.C.PENDRED and Co. Solicitors will follow up the matter for you.

You have two years from the date of the accident to make a claim. It may be too late after that.

It is important for you to report it immediately to the person who is liable for the injuries enabling them to attend to their responsibility towards you in that matter. You must immediately submit your claim to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board. We assist you with those matters. It is important that you get medical attention immediately.

Most injury claims settle out of court. It is important to see your solicitor immediately.

We have many years of experience to offer you in these matters. Your health and safety is our concern as is your future life happiness and success. No fees are payable until you have been successful with an award of compensation for damages. When successful, your fees will be recovered from the person held responsible for the accident.


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