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Life can be very busy for us mums. Even when things go wrong, it is often difficult to find a spare moment to sit down and fix them.
 
The Injuries Board has launched a new smartphone app to make it easier for you to access its personal injury services on the go. The Injuries Board is the state body that assesses personal injury claims and makes awards relating to motor, employer and public liability accidents, without the need for litigation. It handles the full range of personal injury cases ranging from very severe injuries to both moderate and minor injuries. 
 
The free app can be downloaded from App Store and on Google Play. It features an interactive “estimator” whereby you can click on a body part to estimate what compensation you may be due. Consumers can also register to receive a call from a member of the Injuries Board’s expert team about the claims process.
 
You can also download the app from www.InjuriesBoard.ie, which has been revamped to make it even more user-friendly and informative for visitors. You can browse real life case studies from previous claimants, submit a claim online, watch helpful video tutorials and even browse tips on recovering from an accident. 
 
The Injuries Board can be contacted on Lo-Call helpline 1890 829 121 between 8am and 8pm  Monday to Friday, by logging on to www.injuriesboard.ie, by post at InjuriesBoard.ie, P.O. Box 8, Clonakilty, Co Cork, or on the Board’s new smartphone app.

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