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A judge has refused to allow a man personally deal with the investment of €25,000 damages awarded to his three young children.
A young student, who was left severely disabled after an alleged delay in diagnosing a tumour, has had a settlement of compensation for the late diagnosis of a brain tumour approved at the High Court.
The personal injuries claims being filed in a ‘class action’ against the State by members of the Irish Thalidomide Association (ITA) could well end up before the High Court
The scandal of women whose breast implants were made of industrial-grade silicone has not gone away, with the State this week stepping in to guarantee removal of dangerous PIP implants.
It’s supposed to be a straight-forward contract. You go to work when you’re scheduled to do so, do what you’re asked, and leave at the appointed hour – and in return you get paid a salary.
The Law Society, the ruling body for solicitors, has abandoned its fight to retain control over the handling of complaints against members of the profession.
A number of proposals forming new bodies to regulate the legal profession are in the Legal Services Regulation Bill, published today.
At present the Injuries Board which was established to assess personal injury claims will refuse jurisdiction in respect of medical malpractice.