07 November 2016
The number of Caesarean sections (C-Section) has dramatically increased in Irish hospitals since the mid-80s. The procedure has become more mainstream as mothers increasingly have their first born in their mid-thirties, a shifting trend compared to 30 years ago.
14 October 2016
Nadine Wilkin (a minor) –v- HSE On 11th October 2016, Mr Justice Cross in the High Court approved a settlement achieved by Augustus Cullen Law in a complicated birth injury claim on behalf of a 20 y...
08 August 2016
Many people are unaware that if you are involved in a road traffic accident abroad you may be entitled to take proceedings in Ireland for personal injuries suffered. There are three legal regimes, all...
Prior to the minor Plaintiff’s birth, the Plaintiff’s mother had agreed to take part in the “SKA Trial” which was a randomised trial to compare two types of cleansing solutions, specifically 1...
Viktoria Curilla –v- The National Maternity HospitalOn 29th July 2016, Mr Justice Cross in the High Court approved a settlement achieved by Augustus Cullen Law in a complex birth injury claim on beh...
04 August 2016
Michael Boylan, Head of Augustus Cullen Law’s Medical Negligence Department, recently spoke to RTE Radio’s Morning Ireland Programme in relation the case of Eoghan Dunne –v- HSE and on why a Duty of Candour law needs to be introduced.
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.