Personal injury* claims and actions for accidents at work or in public places have always been a specialty of the firm and the area where we have made our reputation over the years. However, we handle many other types of case, apart from personal injury and accident claims. Some of our practice areas are laid out below. FX Rowan & Co Solicitors is a member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL).
Cases involving personal injury, road traffic accidents and claims for accidents at work or in public places are our speciality. If you are seeking compensation for injuries caused through negligence of others, we will ensure you get the best possible result.
We act for employers and employees, providing a fast, decisive and completely confidential service. When facing an employment law problem, it is important to act quickly and to record every step carefully. We handle every legal aspect of your employer employee relationship.
If you are buying or selling any residential or commercial property, FX Rowan & Co Solicitors will advise you every step of the way. We act for purchasers and vendors of houses, apartments, offices, retail premises, commercial property and agricultural land.
Landlord & Tenant
We act for landlords and tenants of commercial and residential properties in Ireland and overseas. If you are renting property or of you have a commercial or residential property to let, we will advise on letting agreements, leases and every aspect of the tenancy.
Late payments and bad debts are more damaging to commercial and personal cashflow now than ever before. It is a fact in debt collection that the faster you act, the easier it is to recover the full amount. If you are faced with a late payment that you think might turn into a bad debt, act now.
Wills & Probate
Making a Will is a straightforward and inexpensive process but its importance cannot be stressed enough. A good Will ensures your wishes are carried out after your death. Probate is the process of giving effect to your Will and transferring your estate to your beneficiaries.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement