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Rossa McMahon on the Public Services Card

Rossa McMahon was quoted in the Irish Times today about controversy involving the roll out of the Public Services Card by the Department of Social Protection. According to Rossa: The Government’s public services card project is “a deliberate, premeditated attempt on the part of the State to introduce a national ID card scheme without openly […]

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Adult Hands Key To Child

What is a child entitled to from a parent’s will?

This seems like a simple question, though it is anything but. A report in today’s Irish Independent highlights the issue with a dramatic headline: End of inheritance: changes to law means parents can cut children out of their wills The detail, of the existing law and proposed changes to it, is more complex. The article […]

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AIB Private Banking, Irish Law awards 2017, Clayton Hotel, Burlington Road, Dublin. May 2017. Photographer - Paul Sherwood paul@sherwood.ie 087 230 9096

Irish Law Awards win for PG McMahon Solicitors

PG McMahon Solicitors are delighted to have been a recipient at this year’s Irish Law Awards. Rossa McMahon was awarded Munster Solicitor of the Year at the event, which took place at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road on 12 May 2017. According to the organisers: The Solicitor of the Year Award 2017 for Munster honours […]

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Book an appointment online

You can now book an appointment with one of our solicitors online. Appointments can be booked by clicking on this link, the “Book Appointment” button on each page or from our Facebook page. By booking an appointment online you can choose a time slot to suit you. You can also get reminders of the appointment […]

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ILA 2017 Finalist MPUs_Munster Provincial Solicitor of the Year

Finalists in the Irish Law Awards 2017

We are honoured to have been named as a finalist in the Irish Law Awards this year. Rossa McMahon is a finalist in the Munster Provincial Solicitor of the Year category. According to the organisers: The Solicitor of the Year Award 2017 for Munster honours an outstanding solicitor based in the province of Munster who […]

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Christmas 2016

Happy Christmas from PG McMahon Solicitors

Our office will close on Friday 23 December 2016 and reopen on Tuesday 3 January 2017. However, you can still get in touch with us and leave a message during the Christmas holidays and you can even book an appointment for 2017. If you need to contact us during the Christmas holidays: Call 069 62200 […]

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Car Insurance

Driving without insurance can be catastrophic

A lot of factors are blamed for the dramatic increase in the cost of car insurance over the past two years and while some are questionable at best, there is no doubt that the increase in uninsured drivers is an issue. There is now a renewed focus on uninsured drivers and, combined with a recent […]

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Newcastle West Enterprise Town

The Bank of Ireland Enterprise Town business, sport and community expo takes place in Newcastle West this Friday and Saturday. This is an exciting event for the town, aimed at showcasing everything Newcastle West and the surrounding area has to offer. Along with a huge range of businesses from the area that will be present, […]

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With car insurance, read the small print

In recent years there appears to have been an increase in cancelled car insurance policies. The consequences of this can be severe, so it is more important than ever to make sure that you have complied with all your obligations when taking out insurance, and that you know the conditions of your insurance when you […]

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HSE abandons charge for employees in personal injuries cases

As part of our wide experience in dealing with personal injury cases we recently noticed that the HSE had started to charge staff members involved in personal injuries claims for providing details of lost wages. Rossa McMahon drew attention to the development two weeks ago. As part of a claim, a HSE staff member would […]

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