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IRL High Court ruled plaintiff was 65% contributorily negligent in a difficult road traffic accident case.

Donohoe -v- Killeen Hogan J stated that the case was of considerable...

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IRL High Court found that a local authority was grossly negligent where they impeded the Plaintiff’s line of sight whilst crossing a road.

Burgess & Anor -v- Mulholland & anor Irvine J ruled that the...

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IRL High Court awards €282,540 in damages to a plaintiff who had sustained ongoing neck and back pain as a result of a road traffic accident.

Richardson -v- Premimionas & Ors On the 17th January 2008 the plaintiff...

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Driver held not responsible for actions of egg throwing passenger

  By Aoife O'Connor, on work experience with Lacey Solicitors from Rathmore Grammar...

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Passenger in Drunk Driver vehicle failing to wear seat belt found 40% responsible for own injuries.

In the case of Gallagher v McGeady the Irish High Court ruled...

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Six Foot Plaintiff too tall to be struck on head by wing mirror. Case Dismissed.

  In the case of O'Connor v Laffin the High Court in...

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CIVIL LIABILITY AND COURTS ACT 2014- FIRST CONVICTION FOR FALSE AND MISLEADING EVIDENCE

A Claimant who knowingly gave false or misleading information to a solicitor...

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How does the Court approach future loss of earnings where the Injured Party has a sporadic earning history?

In the case of Richardson -v- Premimionas & Ors Peart J in...

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IRL Supreme Court allows an appeal to appellants seeking to set aside a third party notice.

  O'Byrne v Michael Stein Travel Ltd & ors The court ruled...

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Monetary jurisdiction of District & Circuit Courts to increase from 3rd February 2014

As and from 3rd February 2014 the new monetary jurisdictions will be...

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IRL High Court rules installation of a glass door which caused injury was not negligence.

IRL High Court rules installation of a glass door which caused injury...

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IRL High Court rules that there was no negligence on the part of the defendants after the plaintiff claimed that she had slipped on some oil outside a petrol station.

  De Cataldo -v- Petro Gas Group Ltd & Ors As a...

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