Lawyers for Caitlin Higgins claims she should have been referred to specialist when she failed distraction test during general health check at seven months old
Guidelines, PTSD, and Justice: Unraveling the Lipinski Case’s Impact on Future Personal Injury Claims
The Lipinski judgment illuminates Judicial Council Guidelines interpretation, especially for PTSD and multiple injuries in personal injury cases, revealing High Court adherence and need for more caselaw.
It was claimed boy lost his balance and his right arm went inside the tub, which was in operation allegedly opened, and he suffered a double fracture, court heard
‘Sincere apologies’ to family of Harry David Kavanagh, who suffered a brain injury at birth
Tomiwa Bobby Agbaje, now aged 13, was five days old at time of alleged incident in Dublin’s Rotunda Hospital
Judge refuses bid for boy who got injury settlement of €25,000 to remain anonymous over social media fears
Widespread restrictions on press coverage of personal injury cases involving minors would have massive ramifications for the media, the public and democracy itself, a court heard on Friday.
Barrister Shane English said restrictions on press coverage of personal injury cases involving minors would have massive ramifications for the media, the public and democracy itself.
Victim sued two drivers, GAA club and council over collision that also left him with serious facial injuries
Patrick O’Leary from Listowel, Co Kerry had sued a representative of his late father Patrick O’Leary Senior who was the driver of the car, the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) and Kerry County Council over the accident