10 February 2010
THE FAMILY of a woman who died after surgery at St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin, has settled its High Court action over her death.
SF –v- The Western Health Board and other. The firm recently successfully concluded a complex difficult birth injury action. Read the full article for the facts of the case:
Rebecca, originally from Malahide in Co Dublin, but now living in Tyrone, was born in April 2001 with a deformed hand, thin lips, problems with balance and other features of Sodium Valproate Syndrome
13 January 2010
Serious muscle tears suffered by a nurse during the birth of her first child at the National Maternity Hospital (NMH), which have left her incontinent, should have been detected and promptly repaired by the hospital, the High Court has found.
07 January 2010
This new Act, which came in to operation on the 1st of December 2009 introduces major reforms to the practice areas of conveyancing / land law. In essence, the Act seeks to modernise and simplify existing legislation. It deals with the abolition of feudal concepts such as words of limitation, the fee farm grant and the rule against perpetuities. It also deals with more controversial areas of home loan mortgages and rent review.
30 November 2009
A selection of our cases completed during the legal year 2008/2009. This year was another phenomenally busy and notable year for the firm with a large number of cases brought on for Trial with great success. Compensation in excess of 20 million Euro was obtained on behalf of various clients and a record award of 6.5 million Euros and costs in one case involving a catastrophically brain injured Plaintiff.
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
Want to talk to a member of our team?
Looking for legal resource? Find them all in one place.We have compiled a helpful list for you.