Personal Injury

O’Brien Redmond Solicitors provides top-quality personal injury * solicitor services for clients who have suffered a personal injury

Personal Injury *

Being involved in an accident can be stressful and emotional. You may have suffered injury as a result of the accident, may be suffering from ongoing medical problems related to the accident, or may have to undergo ongoing medical treatment which is costly. We specialise in the area of personal injury * law. We act for clients involved in personal injury * claims injured in accidents at work, road traffic accidents or accidents in public places.

No matter how small or serious your accident was, we work closely with you to seek compensation.
Our aim is always to seek the best possible result for our clients. This can include a financial settlement along with the recovery of medical expenses and any possible loss of earnings.

Book a consultation with the team at O’Brien Redmond Solicitors to discuss our solicitor services for Dublin personal injury * cases

Offering Personal Injury * Services For All Forms of Injury

  • Road Traffic Accidents

  • Workplace Accidents

  • Accidents in Public Places

  • Medical Negligence

  • Medical Malpractice

  • Accidents in the Workplace

  • Emotional/Psychological Injuries

  • Accidents Abroad

  • P.I.A.B

Personal Injury * FAQ

  • How long does it take a personal injury * lawsuit to be settled?

    This depends on the case. Personal injury * cases can take any time from a year to five years to settle. Get in touch with O’Brien Redmond Solicitors today for more information on our personal injury * lawsuits.

  • Where can I find a personal injury solicitor?

    O’Brien Redmond Solicitors are available now.

  • How much does it cost to hire a personal injury solicitor?

    The price of hiring a personal injury solicitor varies depending on the services you require. Get in touch with the team for a quote on our services today.

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