Social Welfare Law Solicitors Dublin, Ireland

By: James Watters  05/12/2011
Keywords: Law Solicitors, Judicial Review

More and more people are now dependent on social welfare to survive in the current economic
climate. A lot of people go through the process of applying for social welfare payements only to be
turned down. These decisions can be appealed and it is important to seek the correct legal advice
and representation in this situation.

We can help you with your appeal to the Chief Welfare Officer and help you obtain payments and

We offer advice in relation to all types of Social Welfare decision Appeals and also Judicial Review of appeal decisions including:

  • Social Welfare Allowance
  • Child Benefit appeals
  • Lone Parent appeals
  • Unemployment Assistance appeals
  • Pension Entitlements
  • Back to Work Schemes

A good place to check for all your social welfare entitlements is on the Department for Social
Protection's website.

Keywords: Judicial Review, Law Solicitors

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