A paramedic issued legal proceedings against the HSE and the Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) when she was injured when the ambulance she was working
A seven year old boy who was catastrophically injured during his birth at Cavan General Hospital has settled his High Court action for an interim payment of €2.1 million.
Matthew McGrath settled his High Court action against the HSE when he was left paralysed due to the mismanagement of his meningitis at Wexford General Hospital.
Through her mother, eight year old Caoimhe Flood, who has cerebral palsy and is severely brain damaged, took an action against the Retunda Hospital over the management of her birth in 2006.
A four year old boy who suffered brain injuries during his birth at Waterford Regional Hospital has settled his action and was awarded over €2 million in interim payments for the next five years.