Founded by Paschal J O'Hare in 1969 to safeguard and care for the legal needs of local people. Although the firm has expanded over the years, Paschal O'Hare Solicitors maintain the same values that have been at its core for almost half a century.
Patrick was educated at Trinity College, Dublin, graduating in 1990 and qualifying as a Solicitor soon after. Upon qualifying, Patrick joined Paschal O’Hare Personal Injury Solicitors and took over as Managing Partner upon the retirement of his father, the firm’s namesake and founder.
For almost 30 years, Patrick has specialised in all forms of personal injury litigation. As a result, he is listed as Northern Ireland’s leading personal injury solicitor by ThreeBestRated.com. He is now recognised as one of Northern Ireland's leading practitioners in this area of law and has been at the forefront of developing the firm’s enviable reputation. As well as driving the firm as a business, he personally manages all of the firm’s serious injury cases, ensuring our most vulnerable clients feel secure in the knowledge that he and his team are there for them, from start to finish. Outside of work, Patrick is a family man who loves nothing more than watching his sons play football.
Seymour graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with an undergraduate degree in Law and Politics before qualifying as a Solicitor. Seymour currently specialises in personal injury law and has an outstanding track record of achieving excellent results for his clients. Testament to his ability and how well received he is by clients, is that he was appointed the first partner in the firm’s 50 years history.
Outside of work, Seymour enjoys challenging himself in various ways, going as far as to appear on ITV's, The Chase. When not exercising his mental prowess in work or on national TV, he indulges his keen musical interest.
Sandra studied law at Queen’s University Belfast and graduated in 1986 before going on to qualify as a solicitor. Sandra has over 30 years’ experience in the areas of personal injury litigation and medical negligence. Throughout a diverse and fascinating career, Sandra held partnerships in two legal practices and ran her own practice. She is now Head of Medical Negligence at Paschal O’Hare Personal Injury Solicitors.
In her free time, Sandra enjoys classic movies and world cinema, foreign travel and creative arts.
Caitriona graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with an Undergraduate degree in Law. She then commenced postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland and gained a Master’s degree in Healthcare Ethics and Law. Caitriona worked as a paralegal at Paschal O’Hare Solicitors before commencing her training contract and qualifying as a solicitor. Caitriona has a keen interest in medical negligence claims and is committed to achieving the best possible results for her clients.
Outside of work, Caitriona enjoys Tennis and volunteering with Youth 2000 Ireland.
James graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a Undergraduate degree in law before going on to qualify as a solicitor. He is dual qualified and able to practice law in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. He specialises in personal injury law and takes particular pride in his ability to negotiate on behalf of his clients.
Outside of work, James frequently attends the gym, plays golf and is an avid football fan.
Paula graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast with an undergraduate degree in Law with Politics before being admitted to the Roll of Solicitors in Northern Ireland in 2010. She specialises in personal injury litigation and has over 12 years experience in dealing with road traffic accident cases, accidents at work, public liability, occupier liability as well as industrial disease cases. She represents clients within both the County Court and High Court and her expertise ranges from dealing with modest orthopaedic injuries to severe, life changing and limiting injuries, scarring, loss of amenity and psychiatric injury. Paula prides herself on providing straightforward legal advice to her clients. She is passionate about achieving the best outcome possible for her clients through an efficient approach to litigation in order to minimise stress to the client and is always on hand to provide guidance and reassurance to her clients on the process.
Outside of work, Paula is a Crossfit enthusiast and occasional runner and has completed both the Belfast and Dublin marathons to raise money for charity.
Olivia graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a degree in law shortly before joining Paschal O’Hare Personal Injury Solicitors as a paralegal. She has now commenced a solicitor training contract and is on her way to becoming a fully qualified solicitor.
Outside of work, Olivia likes pursuing fitness goals and enjoys swimming in the sea.