Pedestrian Accident Claims
Pedestrians can be anyone using the road, or footpaths near a road, when either out walking or jogging.
You may have been walking on or near a footpath, or attempting to cross a road, when struck by a motor vehicle.
Pedestrians are very vulnerable road users and we recognise the trauma that people can have when struck by a motor vehicle.
If you have suffered an injury following an accident as a pedestrian on or near a road we can act as your personal injury solicitor.
We can assist you during the personal injury claim, either by acting for you directly in discussions with the other party’s insurance company, or representing you with an application to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board.
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What Our Clients Say?
I would highly recommend Downes Solicitors , especially Dermot McKeon, as they are extremely reliable, professional, informative and punctual at what they do. They helped me through a difficult work accident claim which ended up being successful in the finish which I sincerely appreciate.Rachel O’Sullivan
I suffered a slip & fall accident and injured my knee when I fell. I contacted Downes Solicitors in Dublin to seek advice on whether or not I had a case. This was the best decision I made as I was re-assured that I had a good case. David Ryan took over my case & in all my dealings with David I found him to be very professional. He kept me updated regularly by e-mail & by phone. My court case was in November 2014 & it came to a successful conclusion as it was settled out of court. I firmly believe that I got this settlement as a direct result that I was represented by David Ryan of Downes Solicitors. I have no hesitation in highly recommending David.Pauline Byrne
Personal Injury : Your Top Questions Answered
- Liability: who was at fault for the accident.
- Injuries: the severity of the injuries
- Expenses: all of the bills that were paid.
It is possible that the person at fault will seek to settle outside of court and your case will be settled in a meeting attended by you, your solicitor, and barrister to negotiate your settlement.
It is entirely up to you whether to accept the settlement offered. If you do not accept then it will move to a court hearing where a judge will decide how much your settlement will be.
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