Lavelle’s Personal Injury* Solicitors Group has over 28 years’ experience handling injury actions for people who have been involved in air accidents. We have many years of experience in handling claims for passengers and airline crew.
Air travel is a regular part of everyday life and is in general very safe. However, accidents can occur and if you are injured whilst boarding, travelling on or departing an aircraft then you may be able to make a personal injury compensation claim.
What can you expect from us?
Lavelle’s Personal Injury Solicitors Dublin has built its reputation in this area by ensuring that personal injury claimants achieve the best possible outcome that the law will permit. Our dedicated team of solicitors makes a commitment to every client to maximise your compensation, to expedite the litigation process, and to act in your best interest at all times. Our solicitors have a deep understanding of the issues concerned, a proven track record and access to excellent technology to ensure that you get maximum compensation for your accident or injury.
Whether you have suffered loss, personal injury or damage you may be entitled to bring a claim for pain and suffering, loss of earnings, repair and replacement costs or any other losses attributable to your accident.
Why Choose Us
- 28 years’ experience with solid reputation in area of personal injury
- Award winning team
- Straight, no obligation advice
- Arrange a consultation within 24 hours
- Thousands of successful claims
- Nationwide advice
Lavelle Solicitors is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).(insert Logo)
Lavelle Solicitors’ Personal Injury Solicitors Group are experienced in dealing with many different types of injuries caused by air travel. If you would like to discuss your particular case in more detail contact Avril Scally at [email protected]
*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 RE.8 of SI 518 of 2002.