Tom Stanton the plaintiff in this case was injured when he fell off a wall. He had been trying to place a Paula Desmond election poster on a pole between two rival candidate posters in February 2011.
An 84 year old woman received the sum of €90,000 in damages from Irish Rail for injuries sustained when she fell on an escalator at Connolly Station in Dublin.
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.
Mr John Reilly (49) sued Fallon and Byrne Ltd, Exchequer Street, Dublin as a result of a fall on their premises on 19th February 2011. Mr Reilly claimed he fell on the stairs of the restaurant
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.
Unfortunately there is no fixed time limit on how long a Personal Injury claim takes. However, we can take all necessary steps to ensure your claim is
Personal Injury Claims arise when a person has suffered an injury, physical or psychological, due to the carelessness or negligence of somebody else.
Road traffic accidents involving drivers, passengers, pedestrians and cyclists are among the most common causes of Personal Injury claims in Ireland.
Special Damages are awarded for the financial loss suffered and expense incurred by a Plaintiff as a result of the Defendant’s wrongdoing.
If you have suffered an injury at work you may be entitled to compensation. An accident at work claim falls under the Personal Injury jurisdiction of law.
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