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.
A 12-year-old girl with a life expectancy of six months who had sued over an alleged delay in the diagnosis of a tumour on her spine has settled her High Court action for €675,000.
Child was on holiday in Co Cork from Cayman Islands when hire car driven by father collided with parked vehicle
Autistic girl hit by a train after making her way onto tracks at back of her home awarded €400,000 damages
A young autistic girl who was hit by a train near her home in Tipperary has settled her High Court action for €400,000....
Girl who suffered catastrophic brain injury when she was knocked down by speeding doctor awarded €3m
Ashleigh Carroll was 14 when she was struck by car while walking to school
Boy who suffered cheek injury during delivery at Rotunda maternity hospital receives €45,000 settlement
A High Court action by a boy who suffered an injury to his cheek during his delivery in the Rotunda maternity hospital in Dublin has been settled for €45,000.
Despite parental concern issue allegedly only came to light after routine tests in school
A judge has approved a €40,000 settlement offer to a 12-year-old schoolboy who tripped on metal strips inserted in a pedestrian way to deter skateboarding.
A young boy whose little finger was amputated down to the first knuckle following an accident at an ice rink has settled his High Court action for an “all-in figure” of €32,500.