Firm Profile > Corrigan & Corrigan > Dublin, Ireland
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3 ST ANDREWS STREET
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The firm: Corrigan & Corrigan is a third-generation firm of solicitors founded in 1906. It is based in the heart of Dublin City with a total staff of 30. While widely regarded as one of the leading Irish insurance litigation firms in the country, it offers a wide and broad range of legal services to its clients, including employment law, conveyancing, and probate, landlord and tenant. Often, having such a wide and broad legal skill base contributes positively to its more focused, niche-driven insurance and defence litigation practice.
While traditional in its core values and ethics, Corrigan & Corrigan is a young, vibrant firm that is forward-focused and one which well meets and services the demands and requirements of the ever-evolving insurance and claims environment in which it operates. It has very deliberately chosen in recent years to offer a niche, specialist insurance and defence litigation-related service to the insurance industry, private clients and the public sector. To this end, it has resourced and structured itself to ensure that it provides such a service in as effective and efficient a manner as possible, while at the same time ensuring that the unique demands, standards and requirements of each of its individual clients are met at all times.
Areas of practice: Corrigan & Corrigan has considerable expertise and skill, extending over 100 years, in the dedicated handling of insurance-related litigation. This extends to every class of such litigation and ADR including: employers’ liability, public liability, products liability, professional indemnity, property damage, subrogated recovery and indemnity disputes – policy coverage.
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