workplace accident

24K damages for woman who tripped in the workplace.

A woman in her late 20s has been awarded over €24,000 in damages after tripping over a box in the shop in which she worked. The woman’s barrister told the Circuit Court that she had injured her shoulders and back while working in 2015. It was the woman’s case that the stockroom in the clothes…

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Tragic Death

Family Sues after Mothers tragic death

The family of a woman who died from a heart attack hours after presenting at her GP with cardiac-like symptoms have settled a High Court action against the GP for €750,000. The High Court heard that the mother-of-three, who was from the north-west of the country and aged 42 at the time of her death…

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swine flu

Swine Flue Vaccine Controversy

A startling report by a national newspaper has revealed a 20% surge in the number of patients presenting with symptoms of narcolepsy after being administered the influenza vaccine known as Pandemrix.Thousands of children and adolescents in Ireland had received a single dose of the vaccine during the swine flu pandemic from 2009 to 2010, but…

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Cyber Bullying

Coco’s Law hopes to modernise Cyber Bullying

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Wills Challenge


BEFORE YOU DECIDE YOU WANT TO CHALLENGE A WILL – PLEASE READ THIS Our office has developed a reputation for taking cases in relation to Will challenges concerning either members of the family or near relations who feel they have been disappointed as a result of being omitted from the Deceased’s Will. We see a…

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Confidential info at risk

Is Your Confidential Info at Risk?

Confidential information is the very lifeblood of many businesses and, if it is removed without authority by untrustworthy employees, it can be very hard to retrieve. As one case showed, however, judges have a range of emergency powers that can be used to ensure that the trail does not go cold. A food wholesaling company…

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What happens if I am left out of a Will by my parents?

We get enquiries constantly from disappointed beneficiaries in particular adult children where they find that a parent has benefited other children or other parties outside the family to the detriment of a child of the marriage.  There can be a number of reasons for this.   Firstly, the parent may have already given property or assets…

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Garda Compensation

Garda Awarded €25k for 7 Hour Stand-Off

A Garda who spent seven hours talking down an armed man who had just killed his wife until he agreed to surrender has been awarded €25,000 compensation for emotional distress from the state. The Garda was based in the north-east of the country at the time of the incident in September 2013. Counsel for the…

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Have you Uk Business debt that needs collecting before Brexit?

If you’re owed money by a UK business or individual you should be taking steps to recover it now as uncertainty over what will happen on Brexit day on 29 March 2019, when the UK leaves the EU, could mean it gets a lot slower, harder and more expensive to get your money back after…

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I Won’t Be My Ex-Wifes Cash Machine For Life!

In family law matters we always look in this country at what happens across the water in the UK in relation to developments in family law. There was a recent case in England where a husband had a sixteen year battle with his ex-wife as he felt he was chained to a settlement that he…

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