Recent Changes in Personal Injuries Litigation

The PIAB (Amendment) Act 2019 which came into force on 2rd April, 2019 introduced new rules in relation to PIAB most crucially there is an increased emphasis on parties obligations to comply with PIAB’s procedures and provides that a Court may penalise either party on...

Family’s car ‘doing U-turn’ at time of fatal Wexford crash

(pictured Steve Alexander (left) his brother Doug jnr and their parents Doug and Lily died in a collision on the N25 Rosslare to Cork road near New Ross on December 4th, 2017). There was nothing a lorry driver could have done to avoid a road traffic collision in which...

Second and Final Report of the Personal Injuries Commission

The Personal Injuries Commission (PIC), which was established following the Cost of Insurance Working Group Report on the Cost of Motor Insurance in January 2017, has published its Second and Final Report. Chairperson of the Personal Injuries Commission, Nicholas J...

GSOC probe was one-sided, says judge

A judge yesterday described a GSOC investigation into a road traffic accident, involving an off-duty garda in 2013, as “one of the most one-sided I have ever seen”. Judge Kevin Kilrane yesterday told Sligo District Court GSOC had “ignored” vital evidence, and the way...
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