Callan Tansey Ballina Solicitors
Callan Tansey, one of the West’s largest law firms opened its Ballina, County Mayo office in February 2017.
The success of the law firm to date, who also has offices in Sligo, Dublin, Roscommon and Galway is a tribute to the hard work, loyalty and commitment of their staff who live and breath the work they do.
“PUTTING PEOPLE FIRST”
The Ballina law office is headed up by one of the Partners, David O’Malley, who lives in Ballina with his family. Graduating with a BCL qualification from NUIG, David lectured for a time in NUIG before commencing as a legal apprentice and then qualifying as a solicitor in 2009.
The firm is endeavouring to build and looks forward to the future impact on Ballina. Callan Tansey are primarily client focused – putting people first. An important objective is to take the unwieldly image out of law. David describes the firm as ‘a boutique type firm with an ethos of ‘approachable excellence’.
Callan Tansey’s structure consists of a number of departments, each specialising in its own law field with each department building a nationwide reputation for excellence. They are community orientated and embrace corporate social responsibility.
BALLINA NEWS & CASES
Solicitor David O’Malley joined MidWest Radio on the Tommy Marren Show to discuss the issue of candour and how the HSE …read more
Roger Murray and Elaine McBride presenting cheque to our Sharon Murray for White Boxing fundraising event …read more
The family of an 82-year-old woman who died after falling from a hospital trolley has called for a review of care for elderly people in emergency departments.read more
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RECENT SUCCESS STORIES
A Sligo-based medical negligence lawyer says he hopes the State will engage more in mediation when it comes to claims against it.read more
The settlement for Kyle Carpenter, who has cerebral palsy, was made without an admission of liability. It was achieved through mediation and was approved by the High Court.read more
Ruby has diskinetic cerebral palsy and will require lifelong care. She suffered her injuries as a result of her mother not being referred to hospitalread more
Hospital worker James Woods, a former secretary of Roscommon County Darts, was given the award after effectively being accused of stealing funds in the 1980s ….read more