Injuries in the home are estimated to account for a large number of unreported personal injuries because the victims do not feel their injuries are sufficiently serious to required professional medical attention. It is also often the case that where homeowners sustain an injury at home due to faulty goods they have purchased or negligent service, they are often unaware that they are entitled to make an injury in the home compensation claim against the company or person who is liable for their injuries.
There can be however confusion over is exactly to blame for your injury in the home compensation claim. It could be a shopkeeper, who has sold you a faulty product, or the wholesaler who distributed it or, indeed, the company who manufactured the goods. The same confusion could apply if it is not a tradesman who has installed an application and it is the installation which is to blame for your injury. This is just one of the reasons why it is in your best interests to use the services of an experienced personal injury claims solicitor when making a claim for injury in the home compensation.
Making an Injury in the Home Compensation Claim
Another reasons for using a solicitor when making a injury in the home compensation claim is his experience at completing and submitting the application form for injury in the home compensation to the Injuries Board Ireland. He will be able to ensure that you receive the full value for your injury in the home claim, and also that your injury in the home compensation claim includes all the special damages you are entitled to receive.
He will also be able to represent you if the party responsible for your injuries denies that they are liable, or claims that you contributed to them by your own lack of care – reasons for the Injuries Board Ireland to decline assessment of your injury in the home compensation claim, and issue you with an authorisation to pursue your case through the courts. Claims for injury in the home compensation which result in an inappropriate assessment by the Injuries Board Ireland, or involve children under the age of 18, will also require court action, so it is better to get a solicitor involved with your injury in the home compensation claim at the first possible opportunity.
Free Injury in the Home Claim Advice
If you have sustained an injury in your home – or anybody else´s – due to a faulty product or negligent service, you are invited to contact or free injury in the home claim advice service on 1800 989 995 and discuss your injury in the home compensation claim with an experienced personal injury claims solicitor. Our solicitor will be able to assess your injury in the home compensation claim, advise you whether you have a claim which is worth your while to pursue and offer helpful and practical advice to ensure you receive the full value of your injury in the home claim.
Our lines are open from 8.00am to 10.00pm, seven days a week, and we also operate a call-back service if you would rather that we called you. All conversations held on our free injury in the home claim service are completely confidential, and you are under no obligation to proceed with an injury in the home compensation claim once you have spoken with us.
Call us now on 1800 989 995 or if you cannot speak now please fill in the form on the left and we will call you back.
Our Promise to You:
- 100% Free consultation with an experienced personal injury claims solicitor
- 100% Helpful and practical advice about your injury in the home claim
- 100% Accurate information about the value of injury in the home compensation
- 100% No pressure or obligation on you to proceed with a claim
What to Expect When You Call
The most important point about your injury in the home compensation claim is that it is entirely unique. The accident which lead to your injuries may be a common occurrence throughout Ireland, but the manner in which it has affected you and the consequences it has made to your life are completely individual.
Therefore we will listen carefully as you explain to us how your accident occurred, what injuries you sustained, how they were treated and what impact they have made to your quality of life. All of this information will help us to make a preliminary assessment of your injury at home compensation claim.
You are, of course, welcome to ask any relevant questions throughout our conversation, and we always ensure that you have understood our answers and any other advice we have given you before we conclude each conversation. You are not obligated to act on any of our suggestions, and many of our clients have preferred a little time to reflect on our advice before making a injury at home compensation claim.
One piece of advice you should really act on is not to delay calling our free injury at home claim advice service. A time limit exists between the dates you were diagnosed with your injury and how long you have to make an injury at home compensation claim. As proving liability in claims for injury at home compensation can often be complex, it is in your best interests to call 1800 989 995 today.
If it is not a suitable time to speak with us, bookmark this page for your reference later on, or complete your contact details in the form at the foot of the page and one of our experienced personal injury claims solicitors will be in touch with you when it is more convenient. We look forward to hearing from you.