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Judge finds in favour of defendant in road traffic collision case due to plaintiff’s own negligence.

Mr. Justice Barr delivered his judgement on the 31st day of May...

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Insurance (Amendment) Bill 2017

The Irish government has agreed upon the outline of the insurance amendment...

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Northern Ireland High Court Judge Contemplates Alternative Investment Of Minor Settlement Monies

Mr Justice Stephens recently pondered alternatives to the customary investment of Minor...

Court of Appeal raises award were plaintiff suffered horrific injury

   . After four recent Court of Appeal decisions on the assessment...

The Court of Appeal denies that its’ recent decisions have recalibrated damages in Personal Injury Actions.

Awards of appeal costs have been made against plaintiff's whose damages awarded by...

Security for costs in Ireland

The issue of when a security of costs application should be granted...

Can a vehicle owner delivering asphalt to roadworks be exempt from prosecution for exceeding hours driven?

  A consultative case stated by Judge Patrick Durcan of Ennis District...

High Court Personal Injury cases in Cork, Limerick and Sligo can be heard in Dublin

General Notices: 23rd March 2016 P.I. Direction Practitioners note the recent direction...

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Plaintiff who knew that defendant was uninsured fails to recover from MIBI

In Doyle v Lyons and MIBI [2011/2522P] the plaintiff who was injured...

Damages reduced in the Court of Appeal

In the matter of Rita Shannon, Plaintiff/Respondent and Debbie O’Sullivan, Defendant/Applicant [2015...

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Employer does not owe an employee an unlimited duty to prevent injury.

The duty an employer owes to an employee in order to protect...

High Court dismisses bus lane drivers claim.

In Byrne v Rahman a plaintiff who suffered injury in a road...

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