Workplace Accidents


Injuries at work compensation claims are often a delicate issue because the employee usually wishes to remain working for the employer and does not want to damage working relationships.

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 Personal Injuries


One of the most frequently asked questions relating to personal injury claims in Ireland is “Do I have a worthwhile personal injury claim?”

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 Medical Negligence


Despite the best efforts of an under-resourced Irish Health Service, patients do sometimes suffer avoidable injuries due to medical negligence in Ireland.

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 Road Traffic Accidents


You should always make your health and the health of your passengers your top priority.

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Latest News

Man ‘lucky to survive’ when tree fell on him during storm awarded €165k

A High Court Settlement for falling tree accident compensation of €165,000 has been approved for a man who experienced a number of severe injuries when a tree dropped on him during a stormy. Mr Justice Kevin Cross was told that John Haskins Junior, now aged 37, ‘lucky to survive the accident which occurred in 2014. Mr...

 

HSE Settles Cerebral Palsy Legal Action for €1.9m with Woman (20)

A woman, aged 20, who suffers from cerebral palsy who sued the HSE to relation to the treatment administered to her during her delivery has settled her cerebral palsy action with an interim payout of €1.95m at the High Court. Despite being born just 40 minutes after her healthy twin sister in Wexford General Hospital,...

Work Assault Injury Compensation of €25k awarded to Garda After Head-Butt Injury

A head-butt injury to the nose of a garda sergeant, who experienced sever snoring issues as we result, has led to a Work Assault Injury Compensation of €25,000. The injury was sustained by Sergeant Noel McSweeney while he was on duty. The Court was advised that, following the injury, his snoring impacted his wife’s sleep...

 

Garda Appeals for Right to Sue for Fingernail Injury Compensation

Garda Noel Callan, who suffered with a disfigured fingernail injury after a patrol car door slammed on the small finger of his left hand while he was tending to a call out, has challenged a refusal to allow him pursue a compensation claim. The Garda, who was restraining a drunk and violent man at the...

European Medicines Agency Reviewing Use of Epilim

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is currently reviewing the use of Epilim to treat cases of Epilepsy following a number of report that have linked it to instances of birth defects and disability. Epilim, a drug which Epilepsy Ireland has urged doctors not to prescribe for new child patients, is currently under review by the...