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Posted in Medical Negligence on Wednesday 25 November 2020
I recently settled a medical negligence claim for a client which was one of the most difficult that I have prosecuted in my career.  It involved two High Court cases arising from an anastomotic leak which was missed clinically and radiologically with devastating consequences for our client.&nbs...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on Tuesday 24 November 2020
The Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly is to commission an Inquiry into the historical licensing and use of the anti-epileptic drug (AED) - Epilim. Cantillons Solicitors represent a number of families affected by Foetal Anti-Convulsant Syndrome (FACS).  FACS is an umbrella term for conditi...
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Posted in General Legal Tips on Tuesday 15 September 2020
Whilst many students who logged on to receive their Leaving Certificate results last week would have been left devastated to find that they did not receive the points that they had expected in the Leaving Certificate, that devastation deepened this week when many students discovered that their teach...
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Posted in General Legal Tips on Wednesday 2 September 2020
As a victim of a crime you may be entitled to compensation. There are two main ways to be compensated for a crime that takes place in Ireland or on an Irish Ship or aircraft. (Air rage is becoming more common) and these are as follows; Court Order: In some criminal cases, the Courts may decid...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on Monday 24 August 2020
The Report published on the 19th August last noted that as of 27th June 2020, there were 252 clusters of COVID-19 in nursing homes and of those COVID-19 cases in nursing homes 422 were hospitalised.  Sadly, there were 971 deaths related to COVID-19 in nursing homes which represented 56% of all ...
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