Welcome To MyCase Solicitors
Have you been injured in an accident and sorry is just not good enough? Contact us now to discuss your case. We offer a range of Dublin personal injury * solicitor services suitable for victims of accidents at work, personal injuries, injuries in public places, medical negligence injuries, and more. Medical reports may be funded in certain circumstances.
Data Protection Solicitor
Your personal data belongs to you. If your personal data has been stored or released inappropriately or without your consent you may be entitled to compensation. We offer professional Dublin data protection solicitor services suitable for companies and individuals. Please contact us now to discuss your case.
When sorry just isn’t enough, contact MyCase Solicitors Blanchardstown
Located at Brehon House, Main Street Blanchardstown, MyCase Solicitors is a leading Dublin law firm specialising in personal injury * and data protection cases. We have a team of specialist personal injury* and data protection Solicitors and have been in business for over 2 decades. During this time in dealing with Dublin personal injury cases and data breaches, we have gained a strong reputation for both quality of our legal services as well as our dedication to a providing strong support network to our clients.
We are experts in all aspects of personal injury* law particularly Personal Injury Assessment Board (PIAB) Applications, Accident Claims and Court Work and Litigation and Data Protection. As a professional Blanchardstown solicitor service, we ensure professionalism, reliability, and efficiency in all that we do.
Injuries Board Applications
In order to assess the amount of compensation a person who has suffered a personal injury is entitled to, an application must be submitted to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB), which is an independent government body established specifically to make these assessments. Submitting an application to the PIAB can be complicated and stressful, which is why having the knowledge and experience of MyCase Solicitors at your side is so valuable. We have extensive experience in the preparation and submission of injuries board applications and we can ensure that you receive your full entitlement with regards to compensation.
My Case Solicitors are available to discuss personal injury claims* of any kind. Contact us today to get the best available advice from experienced solicitors.
Read our latest blog
The Importance of Legal Representation in Data Breach Cases
In the modern era of technology, personal information has emerged as a precious asset, leading companies and organizations to gather and analyze extensive data about individuals.
Nonetheless, as our dependence on personal data grows, so does the peril of data breaches, which can inflict significant financial and emotional damage upon individuals.
This piece will emphasize the significance of seeking legal counsel and representation in the event of a data breach and elucidate how a solicitor can guide you through the legal procedures specific to Ireland.
What Is The Role Of The Controller- GDPR
Since its implementation in May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union has substantially modified how organizations handle personal data. The GDPR establishes explicit obligations for data controllers, data processors, and data protection officers to guarantee the transparent, fair, and lawful handling of personal data.
Within this blog post, we will delve into the controller's responsibilities as outlined by the GDPR, examining their pivotal role in managing personal data.
How To Access Your Personal Data Under The GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) encompasses a series of laws established by the European Union, which outline the principles that companies must follow when handling the personal data of their customers and employees.
One of the critical aspects of the GDPR is that it empowers individuals by granting them greater control over their data. This includes rights such as accessing their data, rectifying inaccuracies, requesting deletion, and even transferring it to another company.
By comprehending the workings of the GDPR, you can ensure that your rights are upheld in handling your personal information. This post will address the question, "How can you access your data under the GDPR?" to provide valuable insights.