An inquest into the death of a young mother shortly after childbirth returned a verdict of death by medical misadventure.
Callan Tansey Solicitors has been named as a finalist in Irish Law Awards 2021. The awards recognise excellence in the legal profession in Ireland. We are delighted to have been selected as finalists for five awards this year. The range of categories in which we have...
Pamela Clarke told the inquest into the death of her fourth child Willow, that she cannot understand how a perfectly healthy baby could die in what should have been the safest place. Ms. Clarke delivered her stillborn baby Willow, following induction at 38 weeks, on...
Paul Cunney, joined Callan Tansey Solicitors LLP as Associate Solicitor earlier this year and is based in their Ballina office. On retiring from the Army with the rank of Captain in 2004, Paul qualified as a Solicitor in 2007, completing his traineeship with P O’Connor and Son Solicitors in Swinford.
The Court of Appeal has directed a retrial of an action alleging a surgeon was negligent in the post-operative care of a man who claimed he developed leg paralysis and severe pain after spinal surgery.
The restrictions on fathers attending at maternity hospitals due to Covid-19 restrictions has once again highlighted how the needs and requirements of women while pregnant and giving birth are often overlooked, ignored and unheard.
Dealing with the difficult scenario of any accident is difficult. Here our Ms. Caroline McLaughlin examines some key points to note: –
Increasingly we are seeing and hearing media reporting on Coercive Control, including some cases featuring household names, but what is Coercive Control?
As Ireland moves through the phased re-opening of businesses after the COVID19 lockdown, there are a number of important areas that employers need to focus on in order to meet their obligations.
More than ever, people’s mental well-being and issues of mental health are being given the consideration and respect that they deserve.
Now, more than ever, we are aware of the importance of promoting Wellbeing at work in Ireland. The COVID-19 pandemic has created huge stress among our workforce, with many businesses closed during lockdowns, others having to radically change behaviours and many people now remote working.
An early morning run on the beach or walk along the riverbank – followed by coffee and croissants as we sit at our ergonomically designed and sound-proofed home office with uninterrupted views of the sea or the countryside? And then there is reality!! No beach, no...