Joint Managing Partner Roger Murray said ” It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Caroline McLaughlin and David O’Malley as new Partners of the firm.
Roger Murray on Newstalk discussing The Coroner’s Amendment Bill 2018 which, if passed into law, would mean mandatory reporting to Coroners of all maternal and perinatal deaths …
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…..
Padraig Brennan, Managing Partner, RDJ Galway, Galway City Mayor, Niall McNelis & John Kelly Snr, Former Partner, Callan Tansey, joined Callan Tansey Solicitors’ 10th Birthday Celebrations & the launch of their new Galway office.
The Government has announced the establishment of an expert group to consider whether there are alternative ways to address clinical negligence claims
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.
Family settle case with HSE over ‘tragic’ death of newborn son; feeding tube perforated baby’s heart
The parents of a baby boy who died eight days after his birth at Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda have settled their case against the HSE for an undisclosed sum.
A woman who lost her newborn son weeks after her husband died suddenly has settled her case with the HSE.
A Sligo-based medical negligence lawyer says he hopes the State will engage more in mediation when it comes to claims against it.
60 second update on 3 News Ireland featuring Roger Murray includes update on Vicky Phelan Cervical Check Scandal & €5m settlement over birth of Sligo boy....
The settlement for Kyle Carpenter, who has cerebral palsy, was made without an admission of liability. It was achieved through mediation and was approved by the High Court.