A Dunnes Stores worker who dislocated her ankle after she fell off a ladder while organising supermarket shelves has been awarded almost €161,000 by the High Court.
Liquidated insurer made a total of €7.2m in contributions to the Insurance Compensation Fund from 2007
James Molloy sustained compression injuries and lacerations to his lower limbs
Personal injuries board failed to give adequate reasons for award, woman claims
Distillery had legitimate expectation that pandemic supply of sanitiser would be free from excise duty
The High Court has ruled that a gin distiller who produced hand sanitiser during the beginning of the Covid pandemic had a...
The High Court has refused to set aside third-party proceedings in personal injuries proceedings where it was claimed that the defendant had delayed by two years in joining the third party. The court determined that the defendant had acted reasonably by waiting for replies to particulars and gathering evidence before bringing the joinder application.
More people are rejecting insurance settlement offers from the State’s Personal Injury Assessment Board in the hope of getting a larger award in courts.
England: Solicitor sitting on jury jailed after researching defendant
A solicitor sitting on a criminal jury has been jailed after researching a defendant online and sharing her findings with other jurors.
A 12-year-old girl with a life expectancy of six months who had sued over an alleged delay in the diagnosis of a tumour on her spine has settled her High Court action for €675,000.