If you or a member of your family has suffered a personal injury* due to another party’s negligence, you are entitled to claim compensation.
Whatever the nature of your injury, an experienced solicitor from Gibson & Associates can provide you with advice on how to claim compensation for the damage caused.
For an immediate personal injury* claim assessment, fill out our Online Enquiry form and we’ll get in touch within 3 hours.
We frequently help clients claim compensation for all types of minor and serious injuries including:
- Road accidents
- Medical negligence
- Work accidents
- Accidents while travelling
- Animal injuries
- Accidents involving children
- Accidents in public
With offices in Dublin and Letterkenny, along with associates travelling around the country, we are perfectly positioned to help you with your personal injury* case, no matter where in Ireland you are based.
How we help our clients with Personal Injury* cases
We understand that your personal injury* is unique to you.
We will deal with your case with empathy and understanding and we will work to secure the best possible result for you with passion and diligence.
1. We arrange a meeting with you to discuss your case
We arrange either a face-to-face meeting or a phone consultation to get a better understanding of your case and the injuries you have suffered.
2. We arrange for the medical report
To proceed with your case, we arrange for your medical reports to be obtained from a medical professional.
3. We present the case to the Injury Board
Using our years of experience and insight, our specialist team puts together a detailed and strategic case for your compensation. We will then present the best case possible to the Injury Board.
4. The Injury Board assesses your case
Once we have presented your case, the Injury Board will assess how much compensation you are likely to win.
5. We help you decide to accept or reject the offer
Once you receive an offer from the Injury Board, our solicitors give an honest assessment of whether it is fair. This helps you make a decision about whether or not to accept it.
6. You receive compensation / Go to court
If you choose to accept the offer, an “Order to Pay” will be sent to the other party and you will receive your compensation. If you choose not to accept the offer, the case may be taken to court. Our solicitors have the experience to represent your case if it goes to court.
Complete our Online Enquiry Form now, and a Personal Injury* solicitor will be in touch shortly.
What’s different about Gibson & Associates?
Gibson & Associates is one of Ireland’s leading personal injury* solicitors and law firms. Our team use their experience and expertise to ensure that you benefit from the best possible outcome.
At Gibson & Associates, we are clear about our processes and transparent when it comes to costs.
We offer a free consultation and will provide you with practical funding options.
Transparency is core to how we work with all of our clients and ensures that there are never any nasty surprises at the end of a case.
We also operate on a no win no fee basis, meaning that if we do not win your personal injury* case, you will not be eligible to pay.
We are committed to our clients and work tirelessly to get the best result for you.
Integrity and reliability are key to our business success and we practice both traits in every case.
We fight for what’s fair
We take injuries arising from negligence very seriously and fight to ensure that our clients get the highest amount of compensation possible.
We give you a dedicated point of contact
The person you speak to will never change. You’ll be assigned a dedicated point of contact who will take your case from start to finish.
We’re fast & responsive
When you make contact with our team, you’ll hear back from us within 3 hours or less – that’s our promise.
Get in touch with Gibson & Associates today
Arrange an informal meeting with one of our personal injury* solicitors today.
Complete our Online Enquiry Form, or phone us on 1890 989 289 today.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.