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Pregnant Woman who is sacked by Employer receives damages

By: chadmin
Posted on: Mar-14-2017
Filed under: Employment law
A boss of a seafood restaurant reduced a six month pregnant manager to tears when sacking her telling her ‘business is business, enjoy your maternity’.
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Woman who cut finger on chair in restaurant awarded damages

By: chadmin
Posted on: Mar-14-2017
Filed under: Litigation
A 60 year old housewife, who claims she has difficulties playing the ukulele since her left ring finger was pierced by a sharp piece of metal under a chair in a restaurant, has been awarded €18,500 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
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Woman who broke tooth whilst eating roll awarded damages

By: chadmin
Posted on: Mar-14-2017
Filed under: Litigation
A 58 year old woman who broke a tooth after biting into what she described as a rock-hard ciabatta roll has been awarded €17,470 damages in the Circuit Civil Court against a Dublin store.
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€20,000 damages awarded to infant locked in school classroom

By: Journal.ie 26th October 2016
Posted on: Oct-26-2016
Filed under:
An 8 year old schoolgirl who suffered anxiety and stress after she was accidently locked in a classroom for 25 minutes has been awarded €20,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
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Judge allows payment out from court award but confirms that it is parent's moral duty to provide for their children

By: Journal.ie 18th Oct 2016
Posted on: Oct-19-2016
Filed under: Litigation
There is a moral duty on parents to provide for their children, a judge told a distressed mother in the Circuit Civil Court today.
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How Budget 2017 will affect first time home-buyers

By: Journal.ie 11th October 2016.
Posted on: Oct-19-2016
Filed under: Property Sales
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Capital Acquisitions Tax Dwellinghouse Relief - Estate Planning essential

By: Chadmin
Posted on: Aug-23-2016
Lately, there has been an increased awareness among many people of capital acquisitions tax (gift tax and inheritance tax, commonly known as “CAT”). This is partly driven by the significant increases in the CAT rate since 2009, and the gradual reduction of the tax-free thresholds/limits from the highs of 2009 to the present day.  
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Schoolboy whose school discriminated against him by refusing to allow his assistance dog to school receives €5,500 award

By: Irish Times 23rd August 2016
Posted on: Aug-23-2016
Filed under: Litigation
A 17-year-old teenager with cerebral palsy has been awarded €5,500 after his former primary school discriminated against him on disability grounds by refusing to allow him bring his assistance dog into the school.
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Young Girl awarded €40,000.00 for injury in slip and fall in creche

By: chadmin
Posted on: Aug-08-2016
Filed under: Personal Injury
A nine year old schoolgirl who cut her forehead when she fell in a Dublin creche has been awarded €40,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court.
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A 59-YEAR-OLD Co Dublin woman has been awarded €55,000

By: Irish Times 9th July 2016
Posted on: Jul-13-2016
Filed under: Personal Injury
A 59-YEAR-OLD Co Dublin woman has been awarded €55,000 damages in the Circuit Civil Court after she slipped and fell on yoghurt in a Tesco store four years ago.  The woman suffers ongoing shoulder pain and can no longer lift her grandchildren as a result of the incident.
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