Did the judge get it wrong in the recent case of a woman whose personal injury claim was dismissed due to lack of a...
Woman told ‘no collision, no claim’ as €60,000 personal injury action thrown out
Deborah Poole (49) alleged she hurt neck after being forced to slam on brakes to avoid crash on M50
Navigating the Complexities of Accord and Satisfaction in Contractual Agreements: Lessons from Recent Case Law
It is generally clear whether these elements of offer, acceptance, intention to create an enforceable agreement and...
€20,000 payout for mother who suffered panic attack and soft tissue injury after minor car collision
Mother-of-three awarded €20,000 in damages for panic attack and soft tissue injuries after minor collision; court rejects defendant’s claim of a scam.
Solicitor’s Fees in Ireland
Understanding the various ways solicitors charge their clients in claims cases in Ireland, including hourly rates, fixed fees, and conditional fees (with restrictions), is important for those seeking legal representation, and utilising the Irish Claims Authority is an alternative to consider.
High Court Dismisses Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis Claim Against HSE
The High Court has dismissed a plaintiff’s medical negligence action against the HSE for alleged failures in diagnosing...
New Garda Compensation Act: Are Your Claims Safe?
The Garda Siochana (Compensation) Act 2022 introduces significant changes to the Garda Compensation Scheme, including new application processes, time limits, and involvement of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board.
The Role of Mediation in Personal Injury Claims: Understanding the PIRB’s New Approach
Discover how the Personal Injuries Resolution Board’s focus on mediation is transforming the resolution process for personal injury claims.
Epilim redress scheme would avoid ‘perpetual litigation’
Prominent solicitor Michael Boylan calls for an urgent redress scheme for families of children affected by in-utero exposure to the anti-epileptic drug Epilim, as a wave of similar cases is expected to hit the courts