Our team of award-winning legal experts have attained many accolades over the course of our long history in bringing successful compensation claims for our clients. Our founding partner, Flor McCarthy, is an elected member of The Council of the Law Society of Ireland. Flor was also chosen as Munster Solicitor of the Year at the Irish Law Awards in 2018. Our firm scored 99% in our last Q9000 Quality Assurance Assessment.
If you have suffered as a result of an accident that was not your fault, or if you require assistance with regards to negligent medical treatment, you can rest assured that our experienced, accredited and qualified team are best placed to help you bring your claim.
Personal Injury Claims
Making a personal injury claim can be stressful and difficult, but with the right personal injury claims solicitor, there’s no need to worry. McCarthy + Co LLP are specialists in this area. If something has happened to you that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to make a claim. This can include anything from accidents at work or in public places that left you injured, to incidents that occurred on holiday or road traffic accidents.
We’re always available to give you some initial advice about a personal injury claim. We’ll be able to tell you if you can go ahead with a case. If we accept your case, our highly experienced team will do their best to get you your compensation — as much as you are owed, as quickly as possible.
Medical Negligence Claims
If you have suffered as a result of an operation or procedure that went wrong in a hospital or clinic, a misdiagnosis or an incorrectly prescribed course of treatment, you may have the right to claim compensation. Our specialist team of medical negligence solicitors is ready to talk to you about what happened and advise if you can proceed with a claim.
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