Motorbike Accident Solicitors Dublin 
Motorbike Accident and Injury Compensation Claims Dublin.

A motorbike accident is treated in law in just the same way as any other type of road traffic accident. If the motorcyclist can prove that he or she has been injured in a motorcycling accident that was caused by the fault of another party, they should have a good claim for personal injury compensation. Unfortunately, due to public perceptions of motor cyclists, a certain amount of bias is often placed automatically against the rider of the motorbike involved. As long as he or she can prove, on the balance of probabilities, their version of events

Personal Injury Claims Dublin

Road Traffic Accidents
Accidents in public places
Children's accidents
Motorbike Accidents
Accidents at work
Professional Negligence
Medical Negligence
Product liability claims
Personal injuries assessment board (PIAB)

Compensation and Damages Awarded in Personal Injury Cases Dublin Ireland

 

In personal injury actions it was held by the Supreme Court, in the case of Reddy v Bates [1984] ILRM 197, that Damages are to be assessed under various headings and then the total sum of the award should be considered to establish whether such total award represents fair compensation for the Plaintiff. Some of those headings or types of Damages are outlined as follows...

Child Safety Solicitors Dublin & Compensation Solicitors Dublin

Each year 10,000 children die needlessly in the European Union due to unintentional injuries. In 2005 104 children died in Ireland as a result of an accident. (European safety Alliance)

It is therefore necessary to look at how young people, particularly those injured in accidents are offered protection by the law and can recover damages for the injury caused to them.

A minor is usually described as a person who has not yet reached the age of majority. In Ireland the age of majority is 18. This means that until a plaintiff reaches 18 years of age the law puts in place certain safeguards to protect the interests of the minor. Examples of such additional protections can be found in criminal and contract law.

Under the 1908 Children's Act children under the age of seven were presumed not to have the means really to commit crime.

However the 2001 Children's Act altered the scope of juvenile justice by placing the age of criminal responsibly at 12 years of age.

As a result of public policy concerns the age of criminal responsibility has however been amended once more by the Criminal Justice Act 2006, which puts the age of criminal responsibility at 12 years of age except in cases regarding the serious indictable offences of murder, manslaughter, rape and sexual offences.

Accidents Solicitors Dublin - Personal Injury Claims Dublin

Brian Morton & Co. Solicitors are highly experienced in dealing with all areas of litigation(Personal Injury - Road Traffic Accidents). It has been a key component of our services for many years, with extensive experience in representing claimants and defendants at High Court, Circuit Court and District Court levels.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have an inquiry or report to make about any of the following areas:

Road Traffic Accidents
Accidents in public places
Children's accidents
Motorbike Accidents
Accidents at work
Professional Negligence
Medical Negligence
Product liability claims
Personal injuries assessment board (PIAB)

We are committed to excellence to ensure your file is brought to a successful conclusion.

If you would like to report an accident please feel free to fill out our Accident Report Form and a member of our team will be in contact with you shortly. Alternatively please call our office on (01)4934432 / 4941242.

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

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