The basis of the Plaintiff’s claim was that, not only was the individual who dropped the suitcase negligent, but also that Dublin Airport Authority were negligent due to the poor design and layout of Terminal 2 at the time. In particular, the Plaintiff made the case that there was a lack of adequate signage indicating where individuals with large suitcases could use a lift.

The matter ran for one day in the High Court after which the matter was ultimately settled between the parties in terms that were very satisfactory to the Plaintiff.

http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/flight-attendant-hit-by-case-settles-action-against-airport-1.2512980

http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/flight-attendant-struck-by-hurtling-suitcase-34403441.html

If you require further information, please contact Damien.conroy@aclsolicitors.ie

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