About Moloney & Co. Solicitors

How Moloney & Co. Solicitors Can Help You

Moloney & Co. Solicitors core area of expertise lies in the following areas:

  • Accident Claims
  • Medical Negligence *
  • Employment Law.

With additional legal services areas in:

  • Debt Recovery
  • Defamation
  • Landlord & Tenant Disputes
  • Work Related Stress Claims
  • Wills & Probate.

Accident Claims Including Personal Injury *

If you have been injured at work, in a car accident, or in any public place then you will need the experience of a professional solicitor to help you with your case. Moloney & Co. Solicitors have an excellent team of personal injury litigators who have extensive experience in the area of personal injury * litigation in Ireland. Liam Moloney practiced solely in the area of personal injury * litigation for a number of years in one of the largest litigation law firms in North Dublin, Wade & Company, before he established Moloney & Company in Naas, Co. Kildare. Moloney & Co. Solicitors can offer valuable advice on what steps you should take after an accident in a public place or at work. More information can be found on our Personal Injury * and Accidents page.

Medical Negligence *

If you choose Moloney & Co. Solicitors for your Medical Negligence * claim then you can rest assured that you are in good hands.

Medical negligence * can lead to physical, emotional and personal trauma as well as significant disability for unfortunate victims. If you are a victim of Medical Negligence * then you have already suffered the stress and disappointment of being let down by someone that you had placed your trust in. It is therefore especially important that you find a solicitor you can trust and who provide you will a fast and professional service. Our firm offers a dedicated service to the victims of medical negligence. More information, including how to proceed can be found on our Medical Negligence * page.

Employment Law

If you are looking for the Employment Law Specialist in Kildare then you have come to the right place.

Moloney & Co. Solicitors provides you with expert advice to employees and employers alike in cases of termination, dismissal, redundancy, victimisation and discrimination. We are available to represent employers and employees before the Employment Appeals Tribunal, the Circuit and High Court in employment related matters. We also have expertise in relation to negotiating and reviewing employment law contracts and have acted for both employees and employers in all areas of Employment Law.

For more information on our Employment Law service for both employers and employees see our Employment Law page.

About Liam Moloney

Liam Moloney is the Principal of the firm; he studied at UCC and qualified as a Solicitor in 1995. He founded Moloney & Co. Solicitors in 1999.

After qualifying Liam joined Arthur E McMahon & Company, Naas, advising clients in the areas of Probate and Litigation, before moving firms to Wade & Company, Dublin, to focus exclusively on Personal Injury Litigation, including Road Traffic Accidents, industrial accidents, medical negligence and public liability claims.

Liam  has extensive expertise and qualifications in the following areas:
Commercial Litigation –  Diploma in Commercial Litigation with the Law Society of Ireland in 2008.
Employment Law – Diploma in Employment Law from the Law Society of Ireland in 2007.
Civil Litigation – Advanced Diploma in Civil Litigation from the Law Society of Ireland in 2010.

In January 2009, Moloney & Co. Solicitors celebrated 10 years of serving clients in the Leinster area.

Liam is involved in many social and business groups in Naas to include:

  • Naas GAA club
  • Panel member of the Dispute Resolution Authority for the GAA throughout Ireland
  • Former inter county hurler with Kildare
  • Former vice chairman of Kildare County Board
  • Member of Irish Farmers Association
  • Member of Naas Chamber of Commerce
  • Lecturer in Law Society of Ireland
  • FLAC Centre in Naas, Co. Kildare
  • Columnist with Leinster Leader.

*In contentious Business a Solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.*