In general, you have three years from the date of the accident to claim compensation. However, there are exceptions to this rule.
For example, if the injured party is a child, the three-year time limit starts from their 18th birthday. Similarly, if the accident resulted in a loss of mental capacity, there may be no time limit for making a claim.
In our Guide to Limitation in Personal Injury Claims, you can learn more about the time limits of bringing a personal injury claim.
If you prefer to talk to a legal expert, call us at Mooneerams Solicitors on 029 2048 3615, and we’ll be pleased to answer any questions you want to ask about the time limit for bringing a claim or any other aspect of claiming for an injury caused by an accident in a public place.