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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Tuesday 1 December 2020
The Medical Negligence team acted on behalf of a lady who presented to her General Practitioner (‘GP’) in June 2015, with a complaint that she was passing blood.  This complaint required an urgent review as it is a cardinal symptom of cancer.  The GP’s plan was to refer h...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Wednesday 4 November 2020
Jody Cantillon and the Litigation Team at Cantillons Solicitors successfully represented a client who suffered serious while shopping in a well-known Department Store.   While walking around the Store, our client fell on hangers which had been left on the ground. The Store knew that thi...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Wednesday 4 November 2020
The medical negligence team compromised a case for a 42 year old mother of three children as a result of a failure by her GP and Cork University Maternity Hospital (“CUMH”) to refer her for appropriate prompt investigations resulting in a delayed diagnosis of bowel cancer which unfortuna...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Monday 19 October 2020
Ernest Cantillon and Liam Dunford at Cantillons Solicitors recently successfully represented a member of An Garda Síochána in the High Court who suffered serious personal injuries as a result of a violent assault on her whilst on duty. The case was heard remotely, with the Client atten...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Monday 19 October 2020
Amy Connolly and the Litigation Team at Cantillons Solicitors recently successfully represented a client who suffered serious personal injuries, loss and damage as result of a road traffic accident. The case was listed for hearing before the High Court, but ultimately settled on the eve of trial....
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