Road Traffic Accidents

Road traffic accidents are the most common cause of personal injury in Ireland. If you receive personal injuries as a result of a road traffic accident you may be entitled to seek compensation for your personal injuries.

Personal injuries received as a driver, pedestrian or cyclist will result in a compensation claim being made against the insurance company of the person driving the vehicle which collided with you.

If your personal injuries were caused as a result of a “hit and run” or by an uninsured driver then you may make a personal injury claim to the Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland.

If your personal injuries were received as a passenger in a car or motorcycle then you may make a claim against the insurance company of the person who was responsible for the accident whether this is the driver of the vehicle you were in or the driver of another vehicle.

Do’s Don’t’s
If someone is injured, Call an ambulance Don’t move your vehicle if it is a serious accident
Be courteous and polite Don’t admit liability – Even if you are obviously at fault
Call the Gardaí Don’t leave the scene until particulars have been exchanged
Minor accident obstructing traffic – Take good pictures and move vehicle if Gardaí advise to do so
Exchange all details – Names/ Registration & Phone Numbers etc.
Take note of name and station of Gardaí present
Take names & numbers of independent witnesses
Contact BCC Solicitors for further advice

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Locations

ATHLONE

Oak House,
39-41 Mardyke Street,
Athlone,
Co. Westmeath

Tel: (090) 647 8433
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9 Gray Office Park,
Galway Retail Park,
Headford Road,
Galway City

Tel: (091) 511 421
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DUBLIN

24–26
Upper Ormond Quay,
Dublin 7

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MOATE

Main Street,
Moate,
Co. Westmeath

Tel: (090) 648 2090
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LANESBOROUGH

Main Street,
Lanesborough,
Co. Longford

Tel: (043) 332 1200
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