Child Claims*

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Child Claims*

If you are under 18 years old, you are not allowed to make an injury claim* to the Injuries Board in your own name or to issue proceedings. Injury claims on behalf of children must be brought by their next friend, who is usually a parent or guardian. Child injury claims can be traumatic for the parents or next friend however this will be to some extent lessened by the care and support we provide.

We have successfully represented hundreds of people who have taken a personal injury* claim on behalf of a child. If your child’s claim is successful, the compensation will be lodged with the courts who will manage the funds until your child turns 18. At that stage, your child can apply for the release of the compensation to them.

Contact us now for a consultation with one of our experienced personal injury solicitors.

 *In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

Why use David Walley + Co Solicitors?

Success – we have an exceptional success rate in Personal Injury claims we make on behalf of our clients.
Experience – we have over 35 years experience advising clients in Personal Injury Claims.
Service – we guarantee that an experienced personal injury solicitor in Dublin will manage your case from start to finish.

Call us NOW on 01 836 3655 or email info@dwalleysol.com, to speak with one of our experienced solicitors

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