If you need representation,
we are here to help.
If you require legal advice we are here to help. Our firm specialises in criminal law, road traffic law and personal injuries, providing efficient and compassionate representation for our clients. We have extensive experience in court practice and we will provide you with the advice you need to achieve the best result possible. Do not hesitate to contact us whatever your query.
While our practice is based in County Kerry we provide our services to clients nationwide and we are available 24 hours a day if emergency representation is needed.
If you have received a charge sheet or summons, or have been contacted by Gardai with a view to being interviewed early legal advice is essential. We will provide legal advice and representation in a confidential and sensitive manner. Depending on your means, you may be entitled to legal aid for your representation throughout the entire process.
If you are accused of a criminal offence, whether it is a minor offence or a serious offence, you should contact our office immediately.
Road Traffic Offences
If you have received a summons for a motoring offence it is important that you obtain legal advice before going to court We provide expert representation in all areas of road traffic law with a particular expertise in defending prosecutions for drink-driving.
We understand that the potential loss of a driving licence can have severe consequences for a client. We examine the evidence in each case and provide practical advice on defending a prosecution.
If you have suffered loss, personal injury or damage as a result of an accident you may be entitled to compensation for pain and suffering, loss of earnings or other costs incurred due to the accident.
Our firm is vastly experienced in personal injury litigation and we work tirelessly in our clients’ best interests. We will ensure we maximise compensation while navigating the legal process as efficiently as possible.
We believe that everybody should be entitled to a high standard of legal representation irrespective of their means. Depending on the nature of your case and your financial circumstances you may be granted legal aid by the courts or by the Legal Aid Board.
Legal aid is not only granted to those in receipt of social welfare but is available to those who cannot afford to pay for a solicitor when one is required. Contact our office today to establish if you are a suitable candidate for legal aid.