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Personal Injuries Litigation*, General Litigation & Debt Recovery, Wills & Estate Planning

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David, a native of Boyle, Co. Roscommon, is a solicitor in the Litigation Department of Callan Tansey Solicitors Boyle office. He has experience in litigation over a wide variety of areas, such as contract disputes, road traffic offences, fatal injury claims and inquests, having advised both plaintiff and defendant clients at all levels of court jurisdiction. He has a particular interest in personal injury litigation and has been involved in all types of personal injury cases including road traffic accidents, accidents at work, injuries arising from an assault and nervous shock/psychiatric injuries.

David was educated at St. Joseph’s N.S., Boyle, St. Mary’s College, Boyle, St. Jarlath’s College, Tuam and N.U.I. Galway, from where he graduated with an honours degree in Civil Law (BCL).

David served his traineeship with John O’Leary & Co. Solicitors in Dublin, qualifying as a solicitor in January 2011 and he joined Callan Tansey Solicitors in February 2012. David was appointed Associate Solicitor in Sept 2017.

*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.

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