Dec 01

Love Limerick, Live Templeville

Hogan Dowling McNamara are delighted to be the appointed legal partners for the stunning new development ‘Templeville’, Ballinacurra Road, Punches Cross, Limerick. Templeville is a superior residential development of detached and semi-detached homes by Ballymount Properties Ltd. Already the purchaser feedback on the standard of work and the exceptional finish is setting the bar high for […]

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Oct 11
Sep 27

Vaginal Mesh Implant Claims

  What they are: A vaginal mesh implant is an implant used to help treat incontinence or support internal organs.  This most commonly occurs as women age or after a number of pregnancies when for obvious reasons, the organs come under strain and pressure and can sometimes bulge into places they should not be.  When […]

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Sep 26

How to Make a Will

The first question, is if you need to make a will at all.  In the vast majority of cases, the answer to that is yes.  If you have no money or property, then making a will just yet might be pointless.  For everyone else, a will is necessary to make sure that your money or […]

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Sep 22

How to Find a Good Solicitor

  If you’re an ordinary hard working individual and you have an accident, need to buy a house or are served with proceedings, you’re left with a confusing choice.  You need to find a Solicitor perhaps for the first time.  It must feel like finding a good doctor in a new city.  You don’t know […]

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Sep 06
Aug 29

ACCIDENT ON HOLIDAYS ABROAD – The Package Holidays and Package Tours Directive

  In cases of accidents while on holidays abroad, the vast majority of personal injuries claims arising from such accidents fall to be dealt with in the country where the accident happened.  The normal jurisdiction is the jurisdiction or country of the person who caused the accident. However, the Package Holidays and Travel Trade Act […]

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Aug 24
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Jul 13

Injuries Board Applications – SHOULD I USE A SOLICITOR TO HELP WITH MY INJURIES BOARD CLAIM?

  The Injuries Board is set up to value claims and make assessments.  They’re independent but the injured person is up against the other party which is usually a hugely experienced insurance company which knows the system inside out and will seek to take advantage to save money wherever possible. An application to the injuries […]

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