If you have had the misfortune to have suffered an injury due to someone else’s wrongdoing, we at Branigan Berkery can advise and represent you in securing the maximum level of compensation for your injuries. Our firm has led the way in this area for decades and has built a formidable reputation in Drogheda and beyond. When you attend at our offices on Laurence St, We will take your detailed instructions. Following this, you will be assigned a dedicated solicitor who will take care of the case on your behalf and advise you throughout the process. Your solicitor will prepare the Injuries Board application on your behalf. Thereafter, if an award is made by the Injuries Board, you will be advised as to the adequacy of the award and whether it should be accepted or rejected. If you decide that you wish to proceed to issue court proceedings, we will draft and file all the necessary court documents and we will represent you in court. We will at all times endeavour to achieve the highest award possible in your case, whether through settlement, or court award.
Over the years we have brought actions on behalf of clients for personal injuries in the following situations:-
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Accidents in the Workplace
- Fatal Actions
- Victims of Crime such as assault
- Public liability claims (trip & fall type actions)
- False Imprisonment
- Accidents in Supermarkets
- Post Traumatic Stress
- Liability for Defective Products
- Accidents where Machinery is involved.
- Medical Negligence
- Uninsured Drivers Claims
There are extremely strict time limits within which personal injury actions have to be brought. In most cases this time limit is set at two years. Therefore, if you have suffered an injury and you need advice you should not hesitate any longer, contact our office to speak with a member of our team as soon as possible.
Branigan Berkery have been offering a comprehensive range of property services to clients, both residential and commercial for over fifty years. we guide our clients through each transaction carefully, advising and informing them at every stage.
The majority of people will at some stage, buy sell or mortgage property. Whether you wish to buy, sell, mortgage or re-mortgage your residential property, our solicitors will explain the process clearly to you and offer a professional, cost effective and friendly service from the beginning right through to completion of your transaction. Our Solicitors can provide legal guidance and practical know-how in all matter relating to residential property including the following:-
- Buying and selling residential property.
- Mortgages/mortgaging, re-mortgaging, equity release and life loans.
- Residential property lettings.
- Buying and selling investment property.
Probate and Wills
The area of law dealing with Wills and Intestacy is often referred to as Probate. What is Probate? Probate is a legal process which authorizes someone (an Executor or an Administrator) who are referred to as the Legal Personal Representative, to deal with a deceased person’s assets and the gathering or collection of all assets held by that deceased so that all liabilities in the deceased’s estate may be paid and further so that the deceased’s estate may be distributed in accordance with the terms of the Will, or laws governing Intestacy where there is no Will. Why is Probate needed? When a person dies all the assets which they hold in their sole name are effectively “frozen” and in general cannot be dealt with fully until the Will has been proven or admitted to Probate. It is very advisable for a person to a make a Will in their lifetime so that that person’s wishes then can be carried out by the Executor. Otherwise the laws in the State governing Intestacy (where the deceased has made no Will) apply. This is one common example – a husband might be of the opinion that there is no point in making a Will as all the assets would automatically go to his wife. That would be quite a common assumption. However under the laws governing Intestacy where a husband dies making no Will, two thirds of his estate goes to his wife and one third would be divided between his children. If husband and wife wish to leave their estate unto each other respectively, a Will is required.
Employment law is a constantly evolving area of legal expertise in Ireland. Employees in particular, very often find that they are in need of urgent and practical legal advice and specialized knowledge within the wide range of potential Employment Law issues that can arise.
Branigan Berkery has a reputation for expertise in all areas of Employment Law. We believe that it is essential to have full regard to the array of employee rights and entitlements.
In recent times there has been a significant increase in the level of contentious issues arising in the area of dismissal, equality claims, and bullying and harassment.
We at Branigan Berkery have represented clients in cases before the Labour Relations Commission, the Workplace Relations Commission, the Equality Tribunal and the Labour Court.
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We have represented clients in the following situations:-
- Disputes with Banks or other Financial Institutions
- Contractual Disputes
- Defective Vehicles
- Criminal Injuries
- Defamation Claims
- Judicial Review
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Here at Branigan Berkery we've represented clients in the following situations;
- Judicial Separation
- Legal Separation
- Separation Agreements
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We represent clients before the District Court, the Circuit Court and the Central Criminal Court.
We have represented clients in the following types of cases;
- Public Order
- Road Traffic Offences
- Non-Fatal Offences
- Indictable Crime
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