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Car Accidents on the Rise During Autumn

Different types of accidents and injuries are more prevalent at different times of the year. During the autumn, an assortment of unique factors...


Top 5 Driving Distractions and How to Avoid Them

There are numerous distractions anytime we get behind the wheel. We’re all been tempted to talk with passengers or eat our breakfast in our...


Involved in a Car Accident in Northern Ireland? Here’s what to do next

Every year, thousands of drivers across Northern Ireland are involved in


Top 5 Common Office Injuries in Northern Ireland

The modern office workplace is often seen as a pretty safe place filled with desks, computers, and chairs. Few of us expect to be injured when...


Injured In A Shop In Northern Ireland? Here’s What To Do

Accidents in shops happen every single day across Northern Ireland. Trip hazards, falling objects and even unsafe equipment have often led to...


Common Bus Accident Injuries in Northern Ireland

Bus accident injuries typically occur whenever a quick motion of the bus throws a passenger around the vehicle. Because of the lack of proper...


Common Work Accidents and Injuries in Northern Ireland

Employers have a duty to ensure the health, safety and welfare of their workers. However, some employers don’t take this duty seriously,...


Top 5 Driving Myths in Northern Ireland 

We’ve all heard our fair share of driving myths. While some myths seem ridiculous, others are a little more difficult to reject. With so many...


Top Tips to Beat Driver Fatigue

Driver fatigue is a serious concern for many motorists across Northern Ireland. Drivers typically experience fatigue when they...


Avoiding Motorway Accidents in Northern Ireland

Motorways offer a quick and easy way to get from point A to point B. They are a vital part of our infrastructure, making up the veins and...


Most Common Places Where Car Accidents Happen in Northern Ireland 

While we always pay attention to your surroundings when we’re driving, there are certain locations which require some extra attention. These...


Top 5 Reasons to Wear A Helmet While Cycling

It’s warm and sunny outside and all you want to do is jump on your bike to enjoy the amazing weather. As you’re getting ready for your trip...


Avoiding Dangers on Rural Roads 

The sun is shining and you want to hit the road to explore a bit of Northern Ireland. While the main roads like the M1 might get you most of the...


How to Avoid a Pedestrian Crossing Accident

While many of us use a pedestrian crossing every day, most don’t appreciate the dangers that come with it. Last year alone there were nearly...


Paschal O’Hare App: Connecting You With Your Solicitor

In order to offer the best possible service to our clients, we have developed the specially designed Paschal O’Hare App to streamline the...


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Our App

Clients have the option to be updated by their solicitor throughout the entire claim process. You can message us with answers or queries, sign documents and attach photographs to help speed up your case. You can learn more in our app guide.
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Claim Calculator

Our claims calculator can give you an idea of how we value general damages awarded for pain suffering. However, compensation may also include special damages such as loss of earnings.

Costs

All initial enquiries are completely free of charge allowing for the opportunity to determine if a claim is possible before committing. Should a claim proceed, our final bill is recovered from the third party's insurers.

"No Win No Fee" is not permitted in Northern Ireland. However, some clients may be eligible for legal aid or legal expenses insurance.

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