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A short guide to Wards of Court

By: chadmin
Posted on: Jun-13-2019
Wards of Court is a term very commonly used these days but what precisely is it?
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Court of appeal ordered that Hospital has no lawful power to restrain patient against her wishes

By: Irish Times 14th August 2018
Posted on: Oct-11-2018
Filed under: Litigation
The Court of Appeal has recently ruled that a hospital had no lawful power to restrain a patient in hospital against his or her wishes, notwithstanding that the restraint may have been in the patient’s best interests.
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Man awarded damages for thumb injury suffered lifting crates

By: chadmin
Posted on: Jul-25-2018
Filed under: Personal Injury
A man been awarded over €23,000 in damages after the Circuit Court ruled his former employer was liable for a thumb injury he had sustained while lifting crates.
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Boy awarded €45,000 after fall into manhole in Phoenix Park

By: chadmin
Posted on: Jul-25-2018
Filed under: Personal Injury
A boy who sustained a serious laceration to his chest while playing football as his family had a barbecue in the Phoenix Park in Dublin has been awarded €45,000.
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Brothers awarded damages after nightclub assault by bouncers

By: chadmin
Posted on: Jul-25-2018
Filed under: Personal Injury
Two brothers who were badly beaten up by bouncers outside Krystle nightclub in Dublin have been awarded more than €50,000 damages for what a judge described on Monday as a very disturbing incident.
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Woman awarded damages after falling on broken concrete

By: chadmin
Posted on: Jul-25-2018
Filed under: Personal Injury
A woman who sued after allegedly tripping on broken concrete outside shops in a Dublin suburb has settled her High Court action on undisclosed terms.
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7 Tips on how to choose an executor for your will

By: an excerpt Daniel A. Timins, Kiplinger August 2017
Posted on: Jul-25-2018
Filed under:
                                      7 Tips for Choosing the Right Executor
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Making a will - step by step what is involved

By: MABS
Posted on: Jul-25-2018
Before you can give instructions to a solicitor to draft your will, in simple terms, you need to decide who gets what.
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Supreme Court rules in defamation proceedings that a jury may assess damages after an offer of amends

By: Edward Lyons Beauchamps
Posted on: Jul-16-2018
Filed under: Litigation
The Supreme Court has ruled that a jury may assess damages following an offer of amends in defamation proceedings.
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Woman settles case over fall in Marks & Spencer store

By: Irish Times 14th April 2018
Posted on: Apr-16-2018
Filed under: Personal Injury
A woman who sued after she claimed she slipped on an alleged grease-like substance in the food hall of Marks & Spencer in Dublin’s city centre has settled her High Court action on undisclosed terms.
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