The High Court has awarded €50,000 to a woman over psychological injuries suffered after the school bus her teenage daughters were travelling on swerved and overturned into a ditch.
In a significant decision, the Irish Court of Appeal (the "Court") has warned of a possible culture of 'partisan advocates'...
Zoubir Guelmi’s job with XPO was to clean trays mainly supplied to Tesco for home and other deliveries. He said that towards the end of his night shift on May 30th, 2015, a pallet of up to 20 cleaned trays was hit by a forklift and an adjoining stack of trays fell on him.
VICTIM-blaming is rife and has been for years. If you are fortunate enough to not have witnessed the ugliness of it, you...
Failed challenge to personal injuries guidelines could be heard as ‘leapfrog’ appeal by Supreme Court
Case may bypass Court of Appeal and be heard directly by Supreme Court
Cases are part of a wider series of claims here and in the UK alleging inadequate protection from possibility of concussion
Coroner returns verdict of medical misadventure as University Hospital Limerick issues apology to family of Susan Doherty
Judge throws out fitness instructor’s €60k fall claim after seeing ‘extreme physical activity’ snaps on Instagram
A fitness instructor, who claimed she injured her back in a fall down steps in a shopping centre, posted on-line pictures of herself engaged in extreme physical activities.
Award levels in personal injury and medical negligence cases fell significantly during the past decade while legal fees also decreased, a report has shown.