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Janet is a proud native of Limerick City.
Janet has successfully pursued many cases for victims of medical malpractice involving birth injuries, neurosurgery, cauda equina, cerebral palsy, orthopaedic and surgical error.
On the defence side, Janet advised world leading insurance companies in landmark medical claims up to and including Supreme Court jurisdiction and represented General Practitioners, Private Hospitals and healthcare professionals in all aspects of the defence and management of complex medical malpractice cases.
Janet has also advised and represented the Mental Health Commission and has also appeared before the Fitness to Practice Committee of the Medical Council.
She also has extensive Ward of Court experience and has represented the General Solicitor for Minors and Wards of Court .
Janet is a leading commentator in Medical Law and Medical Negligence and was a speaker at the inaugural Callan Tansey Pathways to Progress conference in 2017 and the Limerick BAR Association annual conference in 2018. She is a regular contributor to Medical Literature Medzines providing medicolegal updates.
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CASES OF NOTE
The parents of a 4 year old child with cerebral palsy have welcomed the use of Mediation to help get their daughter the care she needs.
The Limerick city coroner has recommended improved communication between private and public hospitals.
High Court approves settlement of €710,000 & annual care costs of €250,000 per annum in Periodic Payment Case handled by our Roger Murray, Partner
Mary Moss had continued “unknowingly” for six weeks without her medication, before she had the stroke, the court heard.
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