David graduated with a B.C.L from NUI Galway in 2004. He obtained a Masters in European and Comparative Law from UL in 2005. He tutored and lectured in the Law Faculty of NUI Galway and trained with now Callan Tansey Solicitors. Upon qualification he became a Solicitor in the Medical Negligence Department of Callan Tansey Solicitors. He was appointed Partner in Callan Tansey in August 2018.
David has successfully concluded many complex medical negligence cases in Ireland across a number of areas to include:
Cerebral Palsy, Cardiology, Orthopaedics, Fatal Injuries, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Accident & Emergency Negligence, Dental Negligence, Eye Injuries, GP Negligence, Spinal Injury, Surgical Negligence, Shoulder Injuries, Neurology, Misdiagnosis, Delayed Diagnosis etc.
David also represents families at Inquests and has given lectures to the Law Society of Ireland and other organisations.
*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or charges as as percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.
CASES OF NOTE
The family of a Crossmolina woman who died of sepsis has received a settlement of €68,000 in their action against the HSE over alleged negligence in her treatment.
The High Court has approved a settlement of €10.5 million in the case of a 12-year-old boy who was brain injured around the time of his birth.
The family of an 82-year-old man who died after being admitted to Mayo General Hospital following a traffic collision four years ago have said they have been tormented every day…..
The president of the High Court has approved a further payment for a young girl with cerebral palsy, bringing to €3m total payments agreed to date
The solicitor for a family, which has agreed a settlement with the Health Service Executive, has called on the Minister for Health to bring in the duty of candour for all medical negligence court cases.
The family of an 82-year-old woman who died after falling from a hospital trolley has called for a review of care for elderly people in emergency departments.
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