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€15,000 compensation for woman who ‘should have recovered’ after 18 months
In a recent case, Judge Raymond Groarke, the President of the Circuit Court, awarded a woman €15,525 whom he had assessed as being largely recovered from her injuries within eighteen months of a car accident.
Passenger in car who suffered brain injury has award reduced
Man awarded €364,000 compensation for brain injury suffered in a drink driving car crash was deemed to have been partially negligent
Where there’s a will there’s a forger
A Dundalk based GP, Dr Seamus Cassidy, has pleaded guilty in Newry Crown Court to being among three conspirators involved in the faking of a will of a publican, Kitty Haughey, who died in 2004 at the age of 81.
‘National Slow Down Day’ provides a spurt for road traffic safety
The Garda Siochána will conduct a national Slow Down speed enforcement operation for 24 hours from 7am on Friday 24th October.
Workplace Accidents Prevention: News Roundup
The 28th April 2014 marked the United Nations World Day for Safety and Health at Work. This is an annual event which has been running since 2003 and is observed by the International Labour Organisation (ILO)
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