Construction accident lawyer John Kinsley is being trained to train construction accident lawyers to defend against construction accident claims in Ireland.
Kinsley, who is based in Dublin and was the first Irish barrister to be accredited by the Construction Accident Lawyers Association of Ireland, is an experienced and experienced barrister who has successfully represented clients in a number of construction accidents cases.
“I have been working with construction accident law for almost two decades.
I have worked on the ground in Ireland for over two decades and have had my hands in a variety of cases where people have had injuries, injuries which have resulted in them losing their life, they have had their property damaged,” he said.”
The injuries and the damage done to the property were so substantial that it has required me to make the determination that this case has the best chance of success for the claimant in terms of a substantial claim for damages.”
In the case of this construction accident case, I have been trained in all aspects of this case.
I know the law and I know what it means to defend someone who is injured in a construction accident,” he added.
The Construction Accidents Lawyer Association of America (CAJA) accredited Kinsleys training.
In an article posted on its website, CAJA described Kinslay as “a renowned Irish barrisheur”.”
John Kinsly is an expert in construction accident cases, representing people in accidents involving construction and industrial projects in Ireland and abroad.
He has been a successful barrister for more than 20 years and has represented people involved in the construction and maintenance of a variety, industrial and commercial projects,” it said.
In 2016, Kinslees wife was killed when she was hit by a tractor while crossing a busy road in Co Galway, Co Dublin.
Johns family have also faced legal difficulties in the past.
John’s sister, Ann Marie, was arrested in 2015 on charges of driving while disqualified.
The case against her was later dropped after she received a pre-sentence report from the Garda Siochana.
John and Ann Marie were sentenced to six months each in a garda custody cell in 2015.
The sentence was later reduced to five months in a halfway house.
In February 2016, the Gardai charged John and Ann with driving while impaired, failing to maintain an adequate vehicle, dangerous driving, failing not to wear a seat belt, and driving without due care and attention.
In April 2016, John was charged with manslaughter and the case against him was dropped.
In the months before the collision, John had written an open letter to his wife, stating that the couple had been through a difficult period of their marriage.”
I now realise that this is the way to live for us, and that we now have the power to live free from fear, and without fear.””
In order to live a life in which we have confidence and happiness, we no more wanted to be a couple.
I now realise that this is the way to live for us, and that we now have the power to live free from fear, and without fear.”
He continued, “We have to be aware that we can never have a world of fear where our lives are in constant fear of our safety.
If you would have told me before I was married that I would be in a car accident and be facing jail time for the next 18 months, I would have believed you.”
John KINSLEY, CAJOA accredited lawyer, is the first member of the Irish bar to be an accredited member of CAJA.
In 2017, John’s sister was released from prison and released from custody.
She had been arrested and charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving and failing to wear seat belt.
The case against the couple was dropped in the courts after the Gardas conducted an investigation into the case and received a report from Síochána gardaí.
John KINSLER, CAJA accredited solicitor, is a member of The CAJA, and a founding member of Kinsllies Legal Team, who have been a part of many successful construction accident and road safety litigation cases.
He said he was proud to have been accredited by CAJA and hoped to continue to defend his clients.
“It is my sincere hope that this decision will allow me to continue my career and career as a lawyer in Ireland,” he explained.
“My work has had a great impact on a number people and I hope to continue doing so in a career that has been so rewarding.”