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The CervicalCheck Tribunal was set up by the Government to investigate negligence in the State’s cancer screening programme and to assess claims by women affected by the controversy.
The term personal injury also incorporates medical and dental accidents (which lead to numerous medical negligence cases every year) and conditions that are often classified as industrial disease cases ….
The current system of addressing Medical Negligence cases in Ireland does not serve the interests of patients, healthcare professionals or the State.
While the return to playing sports in Ireland has been welcomed, everyone is conscious of the need to minimize the risk of COVID19 spreading in a sports environment.
For the first time in the history of the State, students did not sit their Leaving Cert in June in the traditional format. Instead a new system of “calculated grades” was devised.
Callan Tansey LLP is delighted to announce the appointment of Johan Verbruggen as Associate Solicitor in our Medical Negligence Department.
Traditionally legal disputes in this country have been fought out in the Courts – for the most part in public and at great cost to the participants. Whilst this form of litigation is not disappearing any time soon, its supremacy is being challenged by a range of...
At CallanTansey Solicitors people are our biggest asset. We are committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining the best talent to ensure we have the latest expertise, experience, and insight to deliver the highest level of service for our clients. Our policy is to...
For first-time buyers, the process of buying a home can be a daunting one; at times it even seems to come with a language all of its own.
The COVID 19 crisis has been massively disruptive to court sittings as it has to many other essential activities. High Court personal injuries sittings have been suspended since mid-March.
An inquest is an official enquiry, held in public and led by a Coroner (sometimes held with a jury) to enquire into the cause of a sudden, unexplained or violent death. In the case of some deaths an inquest is legally required.
One of the most important things you will do in your lifetime is to make a Will. Chris Callan, Partner at CallanTansey Solicitors, addresses the questions that we are most frequently asked about making a Will.