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Roger Murray is Managing Partner and Head of the Medical Negligence Department which has a national reputation for excellence. He is the holder of a Gold Medal from UCD Law School and has 20 years’ experience in medical negligence and malpractice Litigation.
He has experience of medical litigation of all types especially cerebral palsy, birth injury, brain injury, orthopaedic, surgical and delay in diagnosis.
He has represented bereaved families at inquests nationwide from Limerick to Belfast and was lead advocate for the Kivlehan and Rowlette families at the inquests into the deaths of Sally Rowlette and Dhara Kivlehan.
Roger has lectured extensively for the Law Society Law School on medical law. Patients and their families nationwide seek his advice. He is a native of County Kildare and attends court and meetings in Dublin on a weekly basis.
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CASES OF NOTE
69 year old woman who suffered stroke after being discharged from Sligo Hospital awarded €710,000 lump sum plus €250,000 per year
The family’s solicitor, Roger Murray, said it was a case which was tailor-made for a Periodic Payment Order.
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.
Sorcha O’Malley suffered from anorexia nervosa her entire adult life until her death on October 17, 2016.
The top reasons for suing in medical negligence cases were to know what happened & why it happened ….
Listen back to Roger Murray on Newstalk – The Hard Shoulder on 23 July show at 16:00 Part 1 (30 mins in).
The Government has announced the establishment of an expert group to consider whether there are alternative ways to address clinical negligence claims
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