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History of Malcomson Law

Malcomson Law History, Malcomson Law was founded in 1858 in Carlow by Robert Malcomson, a member of a well-known Waterford family of tanners. When Robert K Law joined the firm it became Malcomson & Law. The firm name has remained long after the original founders retired. In 1984, Malcomson & Law amalgamated with the Carlow firm of Frank Lanigan Solicitors, and became Frank Lanigan, Malcomson & Law. As the practice expanded, it became a well-known and successful firm in Carlow and the surrounding counties with thriving commercial, family law and property departments.

In 1996, solicitor Raymond Bradley opened the Dublin office near the Four Courts in the legal district in Smithfield.
He rebranded the practice as Malcomson Law and built up a specialist medical negligence and health law division.
Malcomson Law represented members of the Irish Haemophilia Society.
Malcomson Law is synonymous with health law litigation in Ireland.

As the legal representative of many Irish haemophiliacs infected by contaminated blood products, the company has gathered together a unique team of health law specialists to fight cases on behalf of Irish victims of medical negligence. The firm is also an advocate for change, arguing at legal and political level for justice for the wrongs done to its clients, and for improvements in both health care and compensation arrangements for victims of medical malpractice. At commercial and business level, the firm employs state-of-the-art IT systems to provide an efficient service to its clients, whether they are property developers or individuals buying their first home.

As a firm with its roots in rural Ireland, the firm prides itself on its attention to the needs of the individual, the family, and the small business. Our team provide a client service that puts people first. For further information, please contact Malcomson Law by calling us on 01 8744422 or complete our Online Enquiry Form.

Malcomson Law - Medical Negligence Solicitors

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