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Cashell Solicitors offers specific expertise in personal injuries, medical negligence, litigation, conveyancing, wills/probate as well as employment law, family law and also criminal law.
The firm is committed to responding to the needs of its clients, whether private or corporate, by combining its established values with specialist expertise. We appreciate the importance of acting promptly in business and achieve this by applying a multi-disciplinary approach to each engagement which avails of the knowledge of all sections of our practice.
Cashell Solicitors works with you when dealing in divorce, children issues, mediation and family law arbitration. We know that the breakdown of your marriage, civil partnership or long term relationship is one of the most unhappy events you will ever have to face. At Cashell Solicitors we know that how you deal with that breakdown is crucial to your future happiness and we aim to make your divorce or the breakdown of your relationship as stress-free as possible. Our role is to protect what is most important to you: your children, your property, your standard of living and your relationships with other family members. With that in mind we offer a variety of services and flexible pricing to meet your individual needs.
Do you need representation in court or at a Garda Station? Have you been contacted by the Gardaí accusing you of a crime? Then look no further. Have you been detained by the Gardaí? Are you being investigated by the Revenue Commissioners? Have you had your bank accounts frozen? Has an untruth been published about in the media?
In such situations, you want a solicitor who knows what to do and who will advise you on your options and protect your rights at every turn.
John Cashell, Court Solicitor, offers experienced, professional and first rate advice and representation throughout Kerry and Ireland. Our approach to law is simple: We offer immediate services for those in need of experienced legal assistance and court representation at an affordable price. Our solicitor will prosecute your case or defend your interests before and during investigation, as well as before any Tribunals or in all Courts in the Republic of Ireland.
We aim to do the best for you and to get the best result as quickly as possible in a manner that gives you certainty and peace of mind.
Your claim will be handled from start to finish by Cashell Sollicitors who will fight to ensure that you not only receive maximum compensation for your physical/psychological injuries, but also additional compensation for other losses (unpaid absence from work, personal property, personal care needs, etc).
We also fight to ensure that you receive the best possible treatment for any ongoing medical conditions arising as a result of your accident.
Under the Personal Injuries Assessment Board Act 2003, anyone who has been injured by the carelessness of another party is entitled to make an application for compensation through the Injuries Board, with the exception of claims made for medical negligence. While you need not instruct a solicitor to make a claim, having an experienced solicitor on your side can help to ensure your application fully details the nature of your condition and personal injury expenses you have already incurred or you expect to incur in the future.
Damien Cashell, Court Solicitor, offers experienced advice and representation for injured persons and their families throughout Kerry and beyond. We understand the entire processes of the Courts. We strive to create an approachable atmosphere where you can feel comfortable discussing your claim with our solicitor who will work collaboratively with you throughout the process.
We assist clients who have suffered as a result of:
Road traffic accidents.
Accidents in public places.
Injuries sustained in the workplace.
Occupational injuries or stress.
Head and brain injury.
Severe back and spinal cord injury.
Other accidents and injuries.
We seek to help you receive maximum compensation for your injuries, medical expenses and any other costs of rehabilitation. If your claim is refused or the amount of compensation proves too little to cover all of your needs, we can seek authorisation to take your case before the Circuit Court or before the High Court for clients requiring compensation for past and future expenses.
If you or your family member has suffered a serious personal injury then speak with our experienced court solicitor today.
Difficult workplace situations can often be resolved without the need for tribunal proceedings through mediation and other dispute resolution methods. However, if these strategies are not successful, we will passionately and diligently fight your corner in order to protect your interests and secure the best possible outcome without any tribunal proceedings.
Cashell Solicitors will take great care to learn as much about your situation as possible and clearly explain what will happen at every stage of the process. We have extensive experience acting for employees at all levels on a wide variety of cases, so you can be assured that you are in safe hands.
We can assist you in all eventualities of employment issues including:
Advice and representation for employers and employees.
Employee handbooks and Health and Safety compliance.
Internal grievance procedures.
Termination of employment proceedings.
Bullying and harassment.
Representation before the Employment Appeals Tribunal, the Equality Tribunal and Labour Court.
Whatever your situation, even if you are unsure of your rights, we can reassure you of where you stand and help you find a solution to what is often a very difficult time.
When you are treated by someone working in the healthcare profession, you’re embarking on a contract of sorts – it’s called duty of care – where you’re entrusting them to give you the best possible medical attention and care they can provide.
Whether it’s a doctor or surgeon, a dentist, pharmacist or care home attendant, all of them are bound by law to attend to your needs to the best of their abilities. Most of the time, that’s exactly what you get. But sadly, it’s not always the case. So that’s where Cashell Solicitors come in. We are on hand and know everything there is to know about medical negligence claims.
Litigation is the method of resolving disputes or claims between individuals, companies and other bodies. Generally such matters fall into two categories. One is based on a contract being an agreement between two or more parties and the other is based on a civil wrong caused by one party to another either deliberately or negligently. The range of disputes can vary from the purchase of defective items to a multi-million euro claim arising from penalty clauses in a building contract. Civil wrongs include cases of personal injury and damage to property or reputation.
Here are just some of the things our experienced team can help you with:
Penalty clause disputes.
Licensing Act disputes.
Defamation / damage to reputation.
Damage to Property.
If you are in a dispute with another individual or company we can advise you on the chances of success and the possible value of your claim. We can negotiate on your behalf and if necessary commence or defend proceedings.
For most people, buying a new home or selling an existing one can sometimes be a stressful and daunting experience. We understand the importance of communicating with everyone involved in the process at all stages, the importance of acting quickly so there are no delays and most importantly ensuring that the move goes according to plan. Usually, a house purchase or sale involves a chain of transactions that can extend beyond your immediate control. Timing and negotiation play a vital part in achieving a successful outcome.
After you decide to buy or sell we recommend you contact us as quickly as possible to confirm instructions. We can then guide you through all of the stages in relation to your sale and/or purchase and all relevant features of the transactions. We will explain to you and outline the steps which will be involved all the way right through to the date when you move out of your current home and/or into your new home.
Wills & Probate
Everyone should make a Will to ensure that those closest to them receive exactly what you wish them to receive and should then review it every 5 or 10 years to make sure it does not need alteration, as your circumstances may change and so do the tax laws.
A straightforward Will is not as expensive as some imagine and it provides you with the piece of mind that comes from having your affairs covered in a valid legal document. If you make your own Will mistakes could easily happen, which can lead to serious problems and financial losses for those whom you intend to benefit from your estate.
Appointing Guardians for your Children in your Will.
If you pass away and the other parent of your children survives, the surviving parent will normally continue to have full responsibility for the children. However, if neither parent survives then the guardians you have appointed will take on the responsibility for your children. If you fail to appoint guardians in your Will, the courts will appoint them for you, but they will not necessarily choose the people that you would have preferred to take care of your children. By appointing guardians you can ensure that your children are looked after by the people that you have chosen as the best people for the job.
A trust is a legal arrangement where one or more ‘trustees’ are made legally responsible for holding assets. The assets – such as land, money, buildings, shares or even antiques – are placed in trust for the benefit of one or more ‘beneficiaries’.
The trustees are responsible for managing the trust and carrying out the wishes of the person who has put the assets in trust (the settlor). The settlors’ wishes for the trust are usually written in their Will or set out in a legal document called a ‘trust deed’.
Trusts may be set up for a number of reasons, for example:
to control and protect family assets.
when someone is too young to handle their affairs.
when someone can not handle their affairs as they are incapacitated.
to pass on money or assets when you die under the terms of your will, known as a ‘Will Trust.’