Timothy J. Hegarty & Son, Solicitors, provide representation in all courts for both Plaintiffs and Defendants. Our firm has been involved in all levels of court cases, involving commercial litigation to personal injury* or work place accident claims. Our experience in court work is both extensive and varied.
We are a leading Defence litigation practice with many insurance companies as clients as well as acting for large self-insured clients. We know their needs and respond accordingly. We have an exceptional rapport developed with insurance brokers in the Cork area, and we act for many of them. With our vast litigation experience and the broad client base, the firm has developed into one of the country’s leading Defence litigation practices. We have built up the necessary link with medical and engineering experts, which enable us to provide a comprehensive yet personal service to our clients. We have the ability to integrate seamlessly into a client’s business by utilising our case management system to their specific requirements, allowing for comprehensive reporting structures in situations of large volume work.
We also act on behalf of Plaintiffs who suffered personal injury, loss or material damage arising from the negligence, breach of contract of others and we understand the importance of bringing such claims to completion both efficiently and with a level of professional service that is expected in today’s world
Areas of Expertise
We appear countrywide in all jurisdictions and forums, dealing with:
- High Court Claims
- Circuit Court Claims
- District Court Claims
- Arbitration Hearings
- Dispute Resolution
- Commercial litigation
- Commercial Court claims
- Employment Appeals Tribunal
- Workplace Relations Commission
- Personal Injury Cases*
- Road Traffic Accidents* or Work Place Injuries*
- Professional or Medical Negligence cases*
- Pension Claims
- Debt Collection
Both Thomas J. Carroll and Michael O’Connell are accredited CEDR Mediators, which gives the a unique ability to offer its services in all facets of litigation, mediation and Alternative dispute resolution.
* In contentious business, a Solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.