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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Tuesday 9 February 2021
Jody Cantillon and the Litigation Team at Cantillon Solicitors represented a business which suffered losses, including loss of profits, as a result of road traffic accident. In summary, our client was in a line of business which required a very specialist vehicle.  Without that vehicle, the ...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Thursday 4 February 2021
On the 26th January 2021, Pat Daly, Partner, settled a case for a 46 year old mother of four who has a terminal cervical cancer.  The lady is one of the original 221 women affected by the cervical cancer controversy.   In 2015, she was diagnosed with cervical cancer set against a back...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Thursday 4 February 2021
Liam Dunford and Ernest Cantillon 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 him whilst on duty. The case was heard remotely, with the Client atten...
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Posted by Cantillons Solicitors on Thursday 10 December 2020
Jody Cantillon and the Litigation Team at Cantillons Solicitors recently represented a client in a personal injury claim arising out of a car accident. Our client was driving her car along the main road when their car was struck by a car exiting from a side road.   Our client suffered p...
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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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