How long after an accident can you file a claim in Ireland?

Call us today: 01234 0044
Email us today: info@personalinjuriesclaim.ie

How long after an accident can you file a claim in Ireland?

Under the civil liablities Act 2004, the time you have to make a claim for an accident is two years from the date the accident occured.

But there are some exceptions to this rule.

How long after an accident can you file a claim in Ireland?

If you do not file within that two-year period, you will not be allowed to file a claim. This two-year time limit period is commonely known as the Statute of Limitations.

However, there are a several exceptions to the two-year limitation:

  1. If the injured person was a child or minor (under the age of 18) when the accident happened;
  2. If you didnt know or could not have reasonably known you were injured;
  3. If you did know or could not have reasonably known who injured you; or
  4. If you filed an  PIAB injury assessment claim and received an acknowledgement letter during the two-year window, time is suspended until you receive an authorisation from the court. When you receive the authorisation, the timer will run as usual.

So you want to file an injury claim?

Making a personal injury claim couldn't be easier with Personal Injuries Claim.

For free advice all you need to do is complete our online claim form.

At Personal Injuries Claim we know from experience what issues you are facing right now, and will deal with your case with the sensitivity and due diligence you deserve. If you are eligible to make a claim, Evolution Legal will support you throughout the legal process.

Who will handle my compensation claim?

Once we have assessed your claim we will assign a specialist Irish lawyer to handle your case for you. The lawyer will fully handle your claim and oversee the operation of the legal team dealing with your case.

If you need advice about making a claim - call us for free on 01-234-0044.

How long will my compensation claim take?

Every compensation claim is different. Simple cases may be resolved in a matter of months, complex cases can take a year or more because claims can only be agreed and settled when medical experts can say with certainty what the future holds for you.

Making a claim with Peronsal Injuries Claim

The sooner you contact Personal Injuries Claim, the sooner we can help you.

Simply fill in the form below to start your claim, or for immediate assistance - call 01-234-0044 to speak to a member of the team.

Personal injury solicitors Dublin: Your Ultimate Legal Partner.

In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement. This statement is made in compliance with Reg.8 of SI 518 of 2002.

ASSESSMENT OF A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM

Personal Injury Claims Solicitors in Dublin, Ireland.

If you would like to discuss making a personal injury claim please contact us to discuss further by calling our phone number: 01 234 0044 .

We will be happy to have a no obligation conversation with you to discuss your claim and provide you with advice and an initial opinion regarding your injury, the process from the personal injuries assessment board to issuing proceedings in a case.

We pride ourselves in knowing that our clients are always fully informed and advised of all aspects of their case from the beginning when they first speak to us regarding an injury such as accident at work, special damages, traumatic experience that goes for long term consequences etc.


Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors, 39 Waterloo road, Dublin 4.


We also have a number of other practice areas and would be happy to discuss any other work you would like to discuss with a solicitor. Call us now for further details or for initial advice.

Phone: 01 234 0044 Email: info@personalinjuriesclaim.ie / info@cgsolicitors.ie or complete our online assessment form.

Interested in hiring our service? Call Us today: 01 234 0044
CLOSE
Thank you! Your information has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting your information. Please try again.