Personal injury law



High Court: Man who received two defective hip prosthetics should have applied to Injuries Board before bringing claim

A man who had two hip replacements in 2007, which were later found to be defective and recalled by the manufacturer, has had his claim dismissed in the High Court.

Published 17 January 2019

Court of Appeal: Security officer who sought damages for slap to the buttocks has appeal dismissed

A security officer who brought a personal injury claim against a delivery driver, Tesco and Brennans Bread has had his appeal dismissed in the Court of Appeal.

Published 14 January 2019

Government to consider interim measures for personal injury awards reform

The Government is set to present judges and the Courts Service with interim proposals to bring down personal injury awards, the Irish Independent reports.

Published 14 January 2019

Personal injury lawyers hit back at 'scaremongering' from Allianz boss

Personal injury lawyers have hit back at the CEO of Allianz Ireland after he said half of the 1,500 claims the insurer challenged in the Irish courts last year were "potentially fraudulent".

Published 11 January 2019