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Moldovan Client involved in a claim while a passenger in a Taxi on M50 settles his Case for €10,000.00.By: solicitor
Posted on: 18-Jan-2018
MOLDOVAN CLIENT INVOLVED IN CLAIM WHILE A PASSENGER IN A TAXI ON M50 SETTLES HIS CASE FOR €10,000.00.
TAXI DRIVER KNOCKED DOWN IN DUBLIN AIRPORT BY ANOTHER TAXI RECEIVES SETTLEMENT OF €13,072.00By: solicitor
Posted on: 16-Jan-2018
Our Client is a Taxi Driver and on the day of the accident he was working out of Dublin Airport. He had parked his Taxi in the Taxi Holding Area and was on his way to get a cup of coffee from the canteen, the next thing he knew is that he was thrown up in the air and he landed on the ground. It transpired he had been hit by another Taxi.
Settlement of €10,000 for Woman involved in RTA in Dublin MountainsBy: solicitor
Posted on: 15-Jan-2018
Client was involved in a road traffic accident on the 13th September, 2015 when the car, in which she was a passenger, struck a wall in the Dublin mountains. The Gardai from Tallaght investigated.
Road Traffic Accident settled for €14,000.00 General Damage plus specialsBy: solicitor
Posted on: 10-Jan-2018
Client is a 43 year old married man. He was driving into Carlow, on his way to work, in May 2017. He came to a Junction near Carlow Town, there was a car in front of Client. There was a Vehicle stopped on the opposite side of the Junction waiting to turn right, the lights were green in favour of our Client but as he approached junction the car, on the opposite side of the road, suddenly drove across the road into our Client’s path. The two cars collided . The Driver of the other car immediately jumped out of her vehicle and came over to our Client and and said that she had the green light and that the Gardai need not be informed of the accident. However, our Client knew that he had the green light in his favour so he rang Carlow Garda Station who arrived at the scene.
Cycling accident Settled for €14,430By: solicitor
Posted on: 02-Sep-2015
Our Client came to the office from Kerry. He had been on his bicycle in Killarney back in November 2013. He had been cycling up inside a line of traffic. There was a lady at the front of the line of traffic who turned suddenly and he collided with her vehicle. He was thrown off the bicycle and landed on his left shoulder. He had been taken to Tralee General Hospital where he was x-rayed and a fracture was diagnosed. He was off work for six weeks. Our Client received a Settlement of €14,430
Case settled for €10,300By: solicitor
Posted on: 01-Jul-2015
Our Client had been up in the Wicklow mountains for the day and travelled back home along the N11. He came to a junction where the traffic lights were amber, so he slowed down and stopped. All of a sudden a car hit him from behind, and another car ran into the back of that car. His son who is 12 was a front seat passenger. He checked to see if he was ok and then got out of the car, the other Drivers got out as well. Straight away our Client realised he had a pain in his neck and he asked the Driver of the car behind if he was ok. They were all in shock. The driver behind our Client rang the Guards, in the meantime a Garda car from Blackrock Station arrived on the scene and they asked if anyone needed to go to Hospital. Then they got everyone to exchange details. They moved everyone off the road to the side and everyone waited for about twenty minutes as the other cars had to be towed away. The Gardai told our client to go to his local Station and bring his Insurance and details of his NCT. He then drove home. Our Client received €10,300 for this accident resulting in injuries to his neck and constant headaches.
Client awarded €5,000 plus costsBy: solicitor
Posted on: 15-Jun-2015
Our Client is from the Congo and lives here with his wife and five children. He is on Social Welfare. His total Social Welfare is over €400 per week. He has rent allowance and a Medical Card. He was stationary at the traffic lights at the Plaza Hotel when he was rear ended by another driver. The car had a pre accident value of €4,000. He suffered a minor back injury, and injury to both arms and legs. Our client had limited English so some of the contact was conducted in French. He was awarded €5,000 plus costs in March 2015.
Client awarded €10,800By: solicitor
Posted on: 04-May-2015
Filed under: Our clients
Our client was driving in Swords and came to a T junction; he stopped at a stop sign and indicated to turn right. There was a car coming from the right and the driver of that car turned her car and hit our client on the side, pushing him into another car which was to his left. Both drivers got out of their cars and exchanged details. Our client tried to drive away after the exchange of details but couldn’t as the back wheel had been damaged. The accident happened in April 2014 and the injuries were primarily to our client’s back. The case was settled for €10,800 and the sum was received in April 2015.
Client awarded €15,000 plus costsBy: solicitor
Posted on: 06-Apr-2015
Filed under: Our clients
Our client was employed as a general operative, but effectively, never received a contract, nor did she ever receive any training. She worked on a machine and whilst working on that machine, a sensor broke. This had happened before and she went around to fix it. There were bottles falling off the machinery so she had had to move quickly. There was a worker on the other side of the bottle belt, but he had been new to the job. Our client believed it may have been his first day. He could not have been expected to know how to fix this. Our client, on the other hand, was never trained, but had learned by default how to fix this particular sensor. There are normally two pallets alongside the belt on her side. These are for putting bottles on. They have cardboard on top of them. For some reason, on this particular day, there was a third pallet, which effectively blocked her route completely. She had to stand on the third one to run around to the other side of the belt, and whilst doing so, her foot slipped and she suffered muscle damage to her leg. Her supervisors came and made some comment to the effect that somebody had kicked her and tried to play it down. Our client ended up being out of work for two weeks.
Laughter in Court as Judge says she's a culchieBy: solicitor
Posted on: 05-Nov-2014
Filed under: Tallaght Court News
LAUGHTER IN COURT AS JUDGE SAYS SHE’S A ‘CULCHIE’
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