Personal Injury

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Aer Lingus will pay out €70,000 after settling with a 12-year-old boy who suffered second-degree burns when he spilled hot chocolate on his lap during a flight, The Irish Times reports. Mr Justice Kevin Cross approved the settlement, made without admission of liability on the part of Aer Lingus

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JMK Solicitors handled more personal injury cases in Northern Ireland than any other law firm for a fifth consecutive year. Figures obtained from the compensation recovery unit at the Department of Communities reveal that the Belfast- and Newry-based firm handled 1,544 cases registered in 2018, more

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The Government is set to present judges and the Courts Service with interim proposals to bring down personal injury awards, the Irish Independent reports. It comes amid concern that reform has been proceeding too slowly since the Personal Injuries Commission published its second and final report las

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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". Jody Cantillon, partner in the litigation department at Cantillons Solicitors, told Irish Legal News that the

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