Following the referendum held in May 2019 in which the Government’s proposal to amend Articles 41.3.2 and 41.3.3 of the Constitution to allow the Oireachtas to legislate on the matter was approved by the majority of voters. The Government subsequently passed the Family Law Act 2019. On 29 November 2019, Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan announced.
National & International Legal News
The Plaintiff, aged eight, dislocated her knee when she fell in a cinema in Dún Laoghaire. The Plaintiff’s barrister told the court that the Plaintiff had tripped and fallen over an uneven floor on the premises, striking her left knee against a cup holder on a cinema seat and was not capable of getting up.
The Plaintiff, aged fifteen, fractured her foot in a car park after tripping on an open drain shore. She was described to the court as an accomplished athlete, having played tennis and hockey for her school. The Plaintiff’s injury was not revealed in an X-ray carried out after the accident occurred, however the Plaintiff was.
The Claimant, aged seven, suffered a crush injury to two of her fingers, when a restaurant door closed on them. The Claimant was taken to hospital, where she was put under the care of a plastic surgeon to treat the crush injury to her right middle and right ring finger. The Claimant underwent surgery and.