08 September 2010
Central to the award of damages to a Plaintiff who has been negligently injured, is the attempt by the Court to put the injured person back in the position (insofar as is possible in monetary terms) that they would have been in, but for the injury.
07 September 2010
The European Convention on Human Rights, 1950 (ECHR) was enacted to protect and enforce individual’s human rights against member countries (including Ireland) and their public authorities (including public hospitals).
06 September 2010
The Plaintiff’s original claim for damages against its insurance brokers arose following a fire which occurred in 1992 as a result of which a very substantial amount of stock owned by the Plaintiffs parent Company was destroyed.
03 September 2010
Significant waste disposal and recovery including the recovery of hazardous waste will require a waste licence. The Waste Management Act, 1996 at Schedule 3 sets out the waste disposal activities for which a waste licence in required.
31 August 2010
The Plaintiff in this matter was a fit and healthy woman who attended her GP following a few days of feeling unwell. Her GP wrote a referral letter to the Accident and Emergency Department of a large South Dublin Hospital which stated that she was suffering from suspected appendicitis.
The Deceased was a fit and healthy 31 year old man who attended the Accident & Emergency Department of a large Dublin Hospital complaining of acute pain in his upper abdomen and left chest following an incident at his place of employment.
Catherine, Liam & William
Kathleen, Medical Negligence Client
James, Medical Negligence Client
Freda McKittrick, Head of Barnardos Beacon Guardian Ad Litem service
Sean, Medical Negligence Client
Corporate client in a commercial litigation matter
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