Recent Personal Injury Cases
In order to ensure our clients have up-to-the-minute advice on recent changes in personal injury law, we have compiled a synopsis of recent court judgments.
A man who was left brain damaged after being struck with a hammer when he clamped a car in a Dublin city car park has settled a High Court action against his employer, Nationwide Controlled Parking Systems for €2 million.
A man described as an “unfortunate, accident-prone” has secured a €10,000 settlement with legal costs in his ninth personal injury claim before Limerick Circuit Court.
Anthony Lynch claimed general damages as a consequence of a road traffic incident near Thomond Bridge in Limerick.
Annette O’Connor, a hairdresser has been awarded €20,000 by the High Court for banging her knee while sitting down in a restaurant to eat dinner. Such a judgment is believed to have serious ramifications or hoteliers and restaurateurs.
A woman has been awarded €115,000 in damages after suffering a fall in Dublin Zoo in June 2011.
Gwen Leost Kane sued the Zoological Society of Ireland after she sustained serious injuries resulting from a fall outside the sea lions’ enclosure of Dublin Zoo.
A 59-year-old Dublin woman has been awarded €55,000 in damages by the Circuit Civil Court after slipping on a yogurt in Tesco four years ago.
The incident occurred in April 2012 when Dee Kenny was shopping in Tesco in Ballybrack and slipped on a spilled yogurt falling on her right side.
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