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Talk to Tallans…about Personal Injury

#TalktoTallans was back on LMFM this week. Orla Shevlin and Deirdre Moran talked with Gerry Kelly on LMFM’s Late Lunch. They talk about: – what exactly is personal injury, – why you need a solicitor when going to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board. They also spoke about the change that has happened to the law

Talk To Tallans – About Wills

In this month’s Talk to Tallans, we continued our discussion with Gerry Kelly of LMFM. There were so many questions that came in after the last show about wills. Deirdre covered a lot of them in this episode. Listen at your leisure here:   Some questions include: Q: If you were adopted and made contact with

Medical Negligence – Talk to Tallans

Medical negligence occurs when you suffer an injury as a result of a health care professional not providing a proper level of care. Sheila Cooney and the team at Tallans have been working on medical negligence cases since the term ‘medical negligence’ was coined back in the 1980s. Med neg, as it’s often referred as,

HepC Compensation Tribunal and Tallan’s MD Sheila Cooney

Our MD Sheila Cooney sat on the Hepatitis C Compensation Tribunal from the beginning for 10 years. Sheila was chosen because of her extensive experience as a personal injury litigator. Most of the other Tribunal members were barristers and/or judges. She was the first and at the time, the only solicitor to sit on the

Talk to Tallans…about Divorce

Another great #talktotallans session on LMFM with Gerard Kelly. Deirdre and Gerry had a conversation about divorce – why divorce numbers are increasing, pension rights, international divorce and of course the timeframes involved.

What is Guardianship of a Child?

On our recent legal slot, Talk to Tallans on Late Lunch with Gerry Kelly on LMFM, we were asked a question about guardianship. Deirdre Moran, our partner and family law specialist, was asked what was the difference between guardianship and custody. The Dad, said the caller, got guardianship in this instance. We thought we’d write