Liam Moloney a Naas based Personal Injury Solicitor has been re-elected as Vice-Chair of the International Practice Section of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) at the organization’s recent annual convention in Los Angeles.
AAJ is the World’s largest Injury Lawyers Association with over 23,000 members and is a powerful group advocating for the rights of accident victims. It regularly lobbies Governments to ensure injured people have access to fair compensation systems to get justice in their individual countries when they are injured through the negligence and misconduct of others. The Association’s members provide expert advice in areas such as pharmaceutical, medical device, aviation, tourist and medical malpractice litigation claims.
Liam Moloney said today:
“I am delighted to have been re-elected to this position. With the increased globalisation of commerce, communication and travel, the practice of law is becoming more international. As an officer of the AAJ I can help my client’s to get access to the most up to date research on medical negligence and product liability claims. I can also get immediate access to personal injury lawyers throughout the US and Canada for client’s who may have been injured there.”
Liam Moloney is the Principal of Moloney Solicitors with offices in Dublin and Naas. He has been practicing personal injury law for over two decades and specialises in road, work and public liability claims and Medical Negligence. The firm has an international law Department and handles accidents cases for Irish citizens injured abroad.
As the World’s largest Trial Bar, the American Association for Justice works internationally with Legal Bodies and Governments to make sure people have a fair chance to receive justice through their legal systems when they are injured by the negligence or misconduct of others. They work to improve and develop the law in legal procedures involving international legal disputes in a more increasingly integrated world community. Visit http://www.justice.org.