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This year
2024
Nursing home operator ordered to pay worker €30k after she was cornered by patient touching himself
Solicitor: Insurers should take note of the Supreme Court's decision today on personal injuries
Stuart Gilhooly
Last year
2023
Vodafone, Chill Insurance, Hidden Hearing and MS charity guilty of unwanted marketing messages
EU consumer body offers advice to Irish passengers left stranded by UK airport disruptions
Pakistani police arrest eight people after 12 killed in Ramadan food stampede
HSE apologies: Advocates call for 'change of culture' to stop long court battles for families
Fuel station operator ordered to pay taxi driver €7.5k over alleged use of n-word by employee
Child awarded €50,000 in compensation after fingertip cut off in accident with Luas seat
Barcelona ordered to pay more than €7 million to sacked midfielder
All time
Primary school ordered to pay €12,000 to girl with Down Syndrome kept separate from classmates
Bill to overhaul Garda Compensation Scheme completes passage through the Oireachtas
Cafe owner ordered to pay €2,500 to teenage waitress in sexual harassment case
'Left high and dry': Wheelchair users hit out at damage caused while flying
School ordered to pay €3,300 to 60-year-old teacher over 'energy' question during job interview
Circuit court overturns WRC ruling that gave father €3k in school gender discrimination dispute
Dublin City Council ordered to pay tenants €11,000 over ‘damp, mould and mildew’ in flat
'My son lost his smile': Families say South Kerry CAMHS compensation scheme must be non-adversarial
'No understanding of trauma': Survivors hit out at 6-month rule & legal waiver in redress scheme
'Can you put a price on trauma?': Redress scheme for survivors of mother and baby homes ready
US offers to pay relatives of 10 people killed in botched Afghanistan drone strike
Sport firm dismisses credit controller after Covid childcare issue in remote working row
'No longer appropriate': Cabinet signs off on fur farming ban and compensation scheme for farmers
Police forces agree Hillsborough cover-up compensation for 601 victims
DCU told to pay €27,500 for victimising former employee who made sexual harassment complaint
Offaly woman attacked by pitbull terrier gets €122,000 in damages
'Pay us and acknowledge what happened': Mother and baby home survivors want compensation and a remembrance day
The State has paid out over €1 billion in compensation to victims of contaminated blood products
Stormont Executive Office acting unlawfully in delaying victims’ payouts, judge rules
Lidl ordered to pay €17k after demoting manager to clerk following misconduct claims
Wife and children of murdered garda Tony Golden agree €1.4m settlement
HSE to pay €30,000 to nurses over 'stress caused' by delay in publishing report into bullying claims
Personal injury claims have cost the State €2 billion this decade
Design engineer fired over stammer awarded €15,000 in compensation
'We're being fed this lie': Exposing the myths of Ireland's 'compo culture'
Magdalene Laundry survivor (80) awarded settlement for unpaid work
Company ordered to pay €61,000 to woman who was 'discriminated against due to pregnancy'
Garda whose legs were crushed in assault awarded €975,000
Truck driver awarded €22k after being dismissed as a result of an oil spillage
'We're satisfied with the result': Dean Hotel confirms Maria Bailey has officially withdrawn case
Fine Gael reacts to 'car crash' Maria Bailey interview: 'I think she did herself a disservice this morning'