If you have suffered an injury at home or on holiday, caused by a faulty product or service provider, you may be liable to make a claim against the organisation responsible for your injury. On this page, you will find advice on how to instigate a home or personal compensation claim.
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We’ve provided some general helpful information below. However, you may find it useful to navigate directly to one of our guides relating specifically to the type of accident you have suffered. You can use the following links to do this.
There are a multitude of accidents and injuries that can occur outside of the workplace and away from public areas where the responsibility for your injury may still reside with a third party. At McCarthy + Co. we have a high success rate in helping individuals and families to settle claims relating to negligence in the following areas.
Injuries sustained on a foreign holiday
If you have suffered an injury whilst on holiday, you may have certain questions in mind regarding the responsibilities of the tour operator, hotel, or transport provider who owns the equipment that caused your injury. Click here for further information.
Injuries sustained on a domestic or international flight
Aviation claims are governed by the Montreal Convention. This means that there is a strict two-year limitation period from the date that the airplane touches down. Click here for further information.
Injuries sustained due to a defective product
Product liability is governed by a separate piece of European legislation implemented in Ireland under the Liability for Defective Products Act, 1991. Click here for further information.
Injuries sustained due to builder or landlord negligence
Our team has helped many individuals to settle their cases successfully after being diagnosed with diseases caused by a third party such as asbestosis. Click here for further information.
About McCarthy + Co
With more than 30 years of experience in dealing with personal injury claims, McCarthy + Co. has expertise in a wide variety of fields including workplace and road traffic accidents. We are a family-run business, who pride ourselves on offering honest, impartial, and helpful advice.
Our offices are based in Dublin and Cork but we have worked with clients throughout Ireland in locations ranging from Galway to Waterford. You can count on us for legal advice, guidance, and assistance on any form of personal injury.
Get in contact with our personal injury solicitors today to make a start on your claim or gather more information. Call us on 1800 390 555 and an experienced member of staff will discuss your situation and potential next steps. You can also email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
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