Sunday, 24th April is Census night in Ireland. But did you know that you are legally required to complete your Census form and be included in the Census?
Letter from John N. Scallan to solicitor Frank Devine informing him of the arrest of John A. Sinnott Clerk, Denis Doran.
Letter from John N. Scallan to Samuel Roche Solicitors explaining the delay on a case owing to the 'unfortunate disturbance' in the town.
A letter from John N. Scallan to the National Irish Bank providing another little insight into Enniscorthy life during the Rising of 1916.
A letter from John N. Scallan to a client providing a snapshot of Enniscorthy life during the Rising and the understated description of 'these disturbed times'.
Letter from John N. Scallan, Principal Solicitor at John A. Sinnott & Co., to his solicitor uncle in Dublin following up on previous correspondence. See previous blog.
Letter from John N. Scallan, Principal Solicitor at John A. Sinnott & Co., to his solicitor uncle in Dublin.
There is no doubt that the use of drones is becoming increasingly popular around the world, in Ireland and indeed, Wexford. Originally used by the US Military when it was not safe to send in manned aircraft, drones are now used for search and rescue, photography, in film production, delivering packages and for monitoring dangerous animals!
We came across a recent survey that showed that:
To celebrate 150 years of providing legal advice to the people of Enniscorthy, Wexford and beyond; we have launched our ‘Client Rewards Card’ to say thank you to all who supported the business over the years, decades and centuries!
We recently had our annual audit from The Institute of Legal Research and Standards and were successful in achieving a ‘gold’ ’ Q6000 legal standards award. In fact, we excelled in all areas of the rigorous audit and achieved an exceptional overall rating of 99%!
If you own a diesel powered vehicle manufactured by the Volkswagen Group (VW, Audi, Skoda and Seat) are you entitled to claim compensation?
We are celebrating 150 years in business! Throughout the 150 year history, John G. Murphy is only the fifth owner of the business and no owner has ever changed the name out of respect for the founder. Read more on our history here.
Report the incident to the other party involved i.e. County Council, employer, owner of the premises etc. and the Gardai if necessary e.g. in the case of a road traffic accident
It should be remembered that the purpose of personal injury compensation is to put a person back in the same financial position as they were before a particular incident occurred.