A six foot five inches tall workman, who banged his head when he forgot to duck as he left a private cubicle in a work loo, has lost a €60,000 damages claim for personal injuries against a former employer.
The High Court heard the cabin supervisorsuffered a spiral fracture to her right humerus as a result of the fall.
The Rotunda Hospital in Dublin has apologised and made an interim settlement of €3.7m for the “shortcomings and failings” in care surrounding the birth of a boy more than a decade ago, the High Court heard.
Glass factory worker who was struck by several sheets of glass which fell from trolley awarded €120,000
A glass factory worker who sustained injuries to his lower limbs in a work accident has been awarded €120,000 by the High Court.
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.
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...
A boy who was attacked by a husky-type dog as he played hurling on a GAA pitch has settled his High Court action for €95,000.
inadequate service following the intervention of the legal services watchdog.