Personal Injuries *

Making a claim after an accident

Our personal injury solicitors in Galway have many years of experience dealing with personal injury cases on behalf of injured parties and will be able to advise you on whether or not you may be entitled to compensation.

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What is a Personal Injury?

A personal injury is any injury either physical or mental. Examples include cuts, scars and bruising, broken bones, soft tissue damage, sprains, ligament or tendon damage, brain damage, quadriplegic and paraplegic injuries, amputations, dental injuries, occupational stress, and psychological trauma.

Road Traffic Accidents

If you have been involved in a road traffic accident and have suffered a personal injury whether as a driver, passenger, cyclist, or pedestrian, you will know that it can have a devastating effect on both your life and the life of those around you. It is important that you get advice from an experienced personal injury solicitor at an early stage as there are time limits within which a claim may be brought.

Other accidents, including accidents at work

If you have suffered injury, loss, or damage as a result of an accident other than a road traffic accident such as an accident at work or a trip and fall, you may be entitled to bring a claim for compensation for pain and suffering, medical expenses, loss of earnings, and other expenses and outlay related to your accident.


How to make a claim?

At Padhraic Harris & Co we have specialist personal injury solicitors based in Galway City,  Padhraic Harris, Ronan Harris and Donna Ferry who have a wealth of experience in the area.

Make contact with a personal injury solicitor at an early stage

Our solicitors in Galway and Oughterard advise all clients that you should instruct us as soon as possible with regard to the circumstances of the accident in order to ensure the availability of witnesses, relevant evidence, medical reports, and other documentation. It is important to note that the bringing of an accident claim is subject to strict time limits and that certain notifications must also be sent at an early stage. It is therefore important to consult your solicitor as soon as possible after an accident.

If you are looking for a personal injury solicitor in Galway, having been involved in a road traffic accident, an accident at work, or other accident involving an injury please contact us using the form below and one of our solicitors will be pleased to advise you in relation to same.

Consultations are available at our Galway office or can be arranged to suit you in Oughterard.

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