A painter/decorator who injured his leg while spray-painting the ceiling of a Starbucks café has been awarded more than...
Ex-bin worker withdraws €350,000 claim over injuries he allegedly sustained when truck he was in went over speed ramp
A former bin company worker has withdrawn his High Court action seeking €350,000 in lost earnings due to injuries he allegedly sustained when the refuse truck he was a passenger in drove over a speed ramp.
A woman who walked into doors and smashed her front teeth has been awarded more than €16,500 damages. Information...
An ESB worker who was attacked by a large stag and tossed through the air as he climbed a mountain has sued in the High Court.
Construction sites in Ireland and Northern Ireland are amongst some of the dangerous places to work in. Despite precautions to keep the workers and the construction site safe, dangers linger because of the great heights, working below ground, powerful machinery, and hazards from working near roadsides.
The Court of Appeal in Ireland has set aside a €53,000 damages award to a service station worker who injured her knee as she stood up after doing a stocktake.
A health and safety trainer, who allegedly showed reckless disregard for his own safety by lifting weights he would advise others not to lift, has lost a €60,000 damages claim against Lidl and has been ordered to pay the store’s significant legal costs.
‘Inappropriate’ for building company to suggest alcohol was a factor in woman’s fall on site – judge
A judge has told a Dublin building company it was entirely inappropriate of them to suggest that a woman, who fell over...
A man who suffered a minor head injury after a heavy metal shutter fell on his head at a Dunnes Stores outlet has secured €46,000 under a settlement of his High Court action.