Court hears claims Sean McMillan defrauded Department of Social Welfare out of €35,000
Well-known Dublin publican and restaurateur Jay Bourke wants a court to approve a personal insolvency arrangement writing off around €12.5m in debt and allowing him to retain his family home.
Woman who claimed a knee injury at Dublin Airport seen minutes later running across the concourse for a cigarette
A 29-year-old childcare assistant, who claimed her knee had been injured at Dublin Airport, was minutes later videoed running across the concourse for a quick smoke outside before boarding a plane for France, a judge has heard.
A 56-year-old sales assistant who fell down emergency exit stairs in a bus as it crossed a speed bump has been awarded damages in the Circuit Civil Court against Bus Éireann.
A 38-year-old building site foreman, who had to quit golf and football after a shampoo dispenser crushed one of his big toes, has been awarded €25,000 damages against a top Dublin hotel.
Man brought an appeal over a High Court ruling in his favour, seeking damages of €1m-€3m
A judge has approved a €16,000 personal injuries settlement for a five-year-old child who was locked up alone in a hotel creche.
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