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Posted in General Legal Tips on Wednesday 6 May 2020
The simple answer is yes you can, but I cannot guarantee that it will stand up legally.  A Will is necessary if you want to specify how your personal wealth and valued possessions are distributed after your death. There is a lot of language used by lawyers that may be intimidating in preparing ...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on Wednesday 15 April 2020
On the 19th March 2020, the Supreme Court dismissed most of the appeals by the Health Service Executive (HSE) and two laboratories, Quest Diagnostics Incorporated and Medlab Pathology Limited against a High Court judgment in favour of Ruth Morrissey and her husband Paul Morrissey aris...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on Thursday 27 February 2020
Once again, the lack of legislative safeguards in place for medical devices (as opposed to medicines) here in Ireland is brought into focus by the publication of an “urgent” Field Safety Notice Field Safety Notice Field Safety Notice by manufacturers NuVasive dated the 13th February...
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Posted in Personal Injury Litigation on Wednesday 12 February 2020
The Book of Quantum was created by the Injuries Board in 2003, to provide a general guideline on how much compensation a person should receive for an injury or injuries arising from an accident. The Book was compiled following a review of Court Judgements in respect of each and every injury listed i...
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Posted in Medical Negligence on Wednesday 15 January 2020
“I am happy that I can walk, talk, eat, sleep, dance”. What a great philosophy in life and as  said  by my 7 year old client, Iarlaith O’Cinnéide, to reporters following the conclusion of his court case on the 6th December 2019.   On that date, Mr. Jus...
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