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#Negligence

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# negligence - Tuesday 21 February, 2017

Cyclist who collided with passenger at bus stop awarded €15,000 in damages

The woman claimed the cycle lane should have had a clear sign for cyclists to yield at the bus stop.

# negligence - Monday 9 January, 2017

Two men arrested in England after teenage girl 'dies from eating takeaway'

Megan Lee had eaten food from an Indian takeaway before suffering an apparent allergic reaction.

# negligence - Saturday 4 June, 2016

Pope approves new measures to fire bishops who mishandled child sexual abuse cases

Francis said a bishop can be removed if his actions or omissions cause “grave harm,” either physical, moral, spiritual or financial, to individuals or communities.

# negligence - Wednesday 24 February, 2016

Hospital apologises after man settles case against HSE and doctor who delivered him for €4.1 million

Cerebral palsy sufferer Andrew Whelan took a legal action through his mother against the gynaecologist who delivered Andrew 22 years ago.

# negligence - Wednesday 17 February, 2016

Toddler scarred for life following fall in creche awarded €55,000 in damages

Ruth Reilly (2) fell and struck her head against a wall at Giraffe Childcare in Navan, Co Meath, after being left unattended.

# negligence - Tuesday 17 February, 2015

From The42 Ex-Tottenham player who suffered brain damage could be awarded €9m Negligence

Ex-Tottenham player who suffered brain damage could be awarded €9m

Radwan Hamed won a high court case against the Premier League club yesterday.

# negligence - Monday 8 September, 2014

10,000 Irish women could be victims of faulty PIP implants: lawyers

Potential €150 million lawsuit against PIP certifier on behalf of local patients even if implants haven’t ruptured.

# negligence - Tuesday 21 January, 2014

77 per cent of company data breaches are caused by employees

The survey found that almost a quarter of Irish companies have experienced multiple data breaches over the past twelve months.

# negligence - Friday 6 December, 2013

'No-fault' compensation advisory group disbanded

“No plans to re-establish” the group, says Department of Health, but it is due to make recommendations for legal reforms to help people who suffer “catastrophic” injury due to medical negligence.

# negligence - Tuesday 15 January, 2013

New system may see end of lump sum court awards

Ministers have approved the creation of new court rules to avoid large lump sums for damages for people injured by others.

# negligence - Thursday 26 April, 2012

From The42 Family of World Cup skier label finishing line ‘death trap’ after tragic accident Ski Tragedy This post contains videos

Family of World Cup skier label finishing line ‘death trap’ after tragic accident

Nik Zoricic died on March 10 this year after a crash-landing in the closing stages of a race. His relatives have called for an independent inquiry.

# negligence - Friday 13 May, 2011

Family of alcohol poisoning victim to take civil case against hotel

The family of Graham Parish, over whose death two barmen were acquitted yesterday, will pursue civil action against Hayes’ Hotel.

# negligence - Wednesday 29 December, 2010

Government approves preparation of "corporate manslaughter" bill

Bill paves the way for the introduction of criminal liability over workplace deaths and deaths arising from faulty products and services.