Cleary & Co. Solicitors
We help people injured due to negligence* attain restitution to their pre-accident position, as much as is possible, for the pain, suffering & financial loss, by seeking damages from the negligent party on their behalf.
Areas of Expertise
If you are reading this, you may have been personally injured* in an accident and are now questioning what your legal options are.
If you have been injured as a result of the actions of someone else, you will have suffered what is termed a Tort, which is a civil wrong, which basically means you will have a right to recover damages for this wrong.
If you have been injured due to Medical Negligence, Kieran Cleary – Solicitor has many years experience in the High Court in Medical Negligence actions and Personal Injury* actions.
If you have been injured to to Medical Negligence we will work with you to establish if you have a case. We will collaborate with you to seek to address the unanswered questions and issues.
Employment Law Solicitors
Cleary & Co. Solicitors have many years of experience aiding the resolution of Employment disputes for Employees and practicing in Employment Law.
We can aid the resolution of employment disputes, or if necessary, provide representation at the Workplace Relations Commission.
If you would like to know what your rights, entitlements and or options are and believe you have been treated unfairly, we will advise you what can be done
We can assist Employees in:
- Unfair Dismissal actions;
- Constructive Dismissals actions;
- Redundancies actions;
- Bullying & Harassment actions;
- Discrimination actions.
Wills and Estate Planning
At Cleary & Co. Solicitors, Clonmel, we provide comprehensive advice on all matters related to making a will.
If you have lost a loved one we will assist you and advise you on taking the necessary steps towards administering your loved ones estate.
If you have a Family Law concern, you may require a Family Law Solicitor and if so, you should seek one you can build trust with straight away, who can address your concerns and provide practical solutions.
Recent Blog Posts
Sometimes the Plaintiff ie injured party in a personal injury* claim if they are successful in their case, a court can apportion liability between the injured party and the defendant, and this person is momentarily confused if they won or indeed lost their case. Heres an example. Luke (not a real named client) was injured…
Employee named John for the purpose of this post has had just about enough of his employer’s conduct, resigns, and attends with his solicitor to discuss taking an unfair dismissal case against the employer. John did not want to leave but had no alternative. He could not take it anymore and therefore had to resign.…