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Burns Nowlan LLP

We litigate on behalf of clients and we are successful. Our results show it.

We pursue cases on behalf of clients to ensure that their rights and entitlements are safeguarded and protected. We care deeply about our clients and have no affiliations with financial institutions, State organisations, insurance companies or multinationals.

We are committed to acting on your behalf and have a track record of success in a variety of complex cases in the Circuit Court, High Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

We have, over the last 35 years, provided expert legal advice to clients throughout Ireland. We are proud to have been involved in numerous cases which have established significant case law in this jurisdiction.

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2 months ago

Sexual Abuse Victims - Justice and Support
As a victim of sexual abuse speaking up is not easy. It takes courage and the ability to confront the pain you may have had to endure over many years. It also requires you to be open and vulnerable as you will have to discuss what happened to you with a Solicitor that you may not know and have never dealt with before.
In addition to physical injuries, sex abuse victims often suffer from serious mental health conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder , depression, and anxiety with many struggling to find meaning in life and regain their sense of self after the abuse takes place. Some victims experience suicidal thoughts and forms of addiction.
Sexual abuse and molestation are always traumatic for the victim. However when sexual abuse occurs at the hands of a trusted person, priest or other person in authority , the victim may also have to struggle with a profound loss of trust and faith.
Burns Nowlan LLP, having represented vulnerable clients in different walks of life over many years, empathise deeply with survivors of sexual abuse and assault and understand and are aware of what it means for you to have to speak and disclose what happened
If you have been the victim of clergy sexual abuse you may be entitled to file a claim against your abuser and his/her religious order. Burns Nowlan LLP can help you explore all your legal options for such a claim and advise you on how best to proceed.
Sexual abuse often involves some or all of the following:
• Unwanted groping and touching;
• Sexual assault and rape;
• Coercion, threats, and/or intimidation;
• Physical injuries related to assault;
• Child molestation;
• Child pornography and indecent exposure;
• Lewd comments and other forms of sexual harassment.
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Sexual Abuse Victims - Justice and Support
As a victim of sexual abuse speaking up is not easy. It takes courage and the ability to confront the pain you may have had to endure over many years. It also requires you to be open and vulnerable as you will have to discuss what happened to you with a Solicitor that you may not know and have never dealt with before. 
In addition to physical injuries, sex abuse victims often suffer from serious mental health conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder , depression, and anxiety with many struggling to find meaning in life and regain their sense of self after the abuse takes place. Some victims experience suicidal thoughts and forms of addiction. 
Sexual abuse and molestation are always traumatic for the victim. However when sexual abuse occurs at the hands of a trusted person, priest or other person in authority , the victim may also have to struggle with a profound loss of trust and faith. 
Burns Nowlan LLP, having represented vulnerable clients in different walks of life over many years, empathise deeply with survivors of sexual abuse and assault and understand and are aware of what it means for you to have to speak and disclose what happened
If you have been the victim of clergy sexual abuse you may be entitled to file a claim against your abuser and his/her religious order. Burns Nowlan LLP can help you explore all your legal options for such a claim and advise you on how best to proceed.
Sexual abuse often involves some or all of the following:
• Unwanted groping and touching;
• Sexual assault and rape;
• Coercion, threats, and/or intimidation;
• Physical injuries related to assault;
• Child molestation;
• Child pornography and indecent exposure;
• Lewd comments and other forms of sexual harassment.
2 months ago

Introducing the most recent additions to our staff - Avril Doyle and Brian Duffy. Avril has been working tirelessly with our clients involved in property transactions to ensure that they are completed effortlessly and on time. Brian deals primarily with all aspects of Court representation. Both Avril and Brian look forward to helping you in any way they can. Contact us at 045-432382 and info@bnsolicitors.ie ... See MoreSee Less

Introducing the most recent additions to our staff - Avril Doyle and Brian Duffy. Avril has been working tirelessly with our clients involved in property transactions to ensure that they are completed effortlessly and on time. Brian deals primarily with all aspects of Court representation. Both Avril and Brian look forward to helping you in any way they can. Contact us at 045-432382 and info@bnsolicitors.ieImage attachment
7 months ago

The very best of luck today to the Kildare regional mixed tag rugby team in the National Championships. ... See MoreSee Less

The very best of luck today to the Kildare regional mixed tag rugby team in the National Championships.
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