Jason O’Sullivan, solicitor and public affairs consultant, calls on Irish insurers to make good on their promises to lower premiums.
The commencement of the Guidelines marked the culmination of a multi-year process of review, debate, consultation, and consideration as to the best and most appropriate means by which to seek to reduce and regularise the level of awards in personal injuries actions.
The goal of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) is to have more and more cases dealt with through their auspices, the annual Law Society litigation conference heard.
Most personal injury claimants are no longer accepting awards by the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) following the introduction of the Judicial Council’s new personal injury guidelines, new figures show.
When making a personal injury claim, it is important that you feel comfortable with your Solicitor if you appoint one. Experience and transparency are important for ensuring that you understand the process and are successful. It is essential that you are confident in your Solicitor’s abilities.
Personal injury claims are expected to drop by 20 per cent this year due to the impact of Covid-19 restrictions. The...
When an Assessment is made by PIAB, the question for you to decide is, should I accept the PIAB Assessment of my claim or not?
If PIAB don’t make a Personal Injury award or one is not accepted then a PIAB Authorisation is issued allowing you to take your case to court
In April 2021, new Personal Injury Guidelines were published by the Judicial Council.