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Personal Injury News
Workplace Injury News
Tie pin Accident Injury results in €12,000 Work Injury Compensation Award for Garda
€12,000 workplace injury compensation has been awarded to a garda whose forearm was injured during a fighting incident by a colleague’s tiepin at the High...
High Court: FBD Insurance Must Pay Covid-19 Business Disruption Compensation to Four Pub Owners
The High Court has ruled that four pub owners are entitled to be compensated by Insurer FBD for the disruption their businesses suffered due to the Covid-19...
Bus Depot Falls results in €69,000 Compensation Award for Bus Éireann Employee
At the High Court €69,000 work injury compensation has been awarded to a Bus Éireann employee who suffered an injury in an accident at a bus depot. The work...
Medical Negligence News
Wrongful Birth Compensation of €1.8m Awarded Following Incorrect Foetus Test
The first ever wrongful birth case in Ireland has been settled for an interim payment of €1.8m after a mother, who is a carrier of a rare genetic condition, ...
Failures and Delays in Diagnoses Top Emergency Room Negligence Claims
Failures and delays in diagnosing illnesses and injuries accounted for more than half of the emergency room negligence claims made between 2010 and 2014. Last...
Birth Defect Claims against Sanofi made in France
Parents whose children were exposed to valproic acid in the womb have started making birth defect claims against Sanofi - the French manufacturer of Epilim....
Personal Injury News
Ferris Wheel Accident Settlement of €16,500 for Girl
At Wexford Circuit Court Judge Alice Doyle has given her approval for a €16,500 personal injury compensation settlement for a young girl whose hair became...
€60,000 damages for Woman Struck by Flat-Pack in Ikea Warehouse
€60,000 personal injury compensation has been awarded to a woman who was struck on the head by a falling flat-pack after she got lost in Ikea’s Ballymun...
Hotel Elevator Accident Injuries Forced Former Garda to Retire
At the High Court on yesterday Justice Michael Hanna was told how five individual suffered injuries the the elevator they were travelling in fell three...