Dublin Airport Injury Claim *

09.01.2020

Airport injury claims * can happen at any stage in Dublin Airport. This may be from the moment you park your car in the Dublin Airport carpark facilities, to walking through the terminal, having a bite to eat or boarding the plane itself. Depending on the nature of your injury and the how the accident […]

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4% Rise in Road Deaths Recorded in 2019

01.01.2020

Pedestrian deaths decline by 36% and passenger deaths down by 20%, but 2019 sees 45% rise in driver deaths Vulnerable road user deaths decline by 23%   Provisional road collision statistics for 2019 show deaths resulting from road traffic collisions have increased. A total of 148* people lost their lives in 2019, compared to 142 […]

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Road Safety Alert – Orange and Yellow Weather Warnings for Wind and Rain 18 December 2019

18.12.2019

18 December 2019: The Road Safety Authority (RSA), is asking road users to exercise caution while using the roads today as Met Eireann has issued an Orange and Yellow weather warnings for strong winds and rain. Met Eireann have issued an orange weather warning for very strong winds in Cork from 6pm – 9pm today, […]

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French bistro «Le Pastis»

13.12.2019

“Le Pastis” is a remarkable newly opened French bistro in the heart of Blackrock village in the South of Dublin whose namesake is the French “Pastis” anise aperitif, that traditionally breaks the ice between dining guests and brings them closer together. Le Pastis specialises in modern European cuisine complemented by contemporary French dishes, prepared using […]

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Elena Baturina. I like Ireland, firstly, because of its simplicity and freedom.

10.12.2019

Your latest project is a hotel chain, which connects four cities – Vienna, Karlovy Vary, St. Petersburg and Dublin. How do you plan to expand it? What other cities will enter the network? Following the example of the Morrison hotel in Dublin, will the Hilton hotel franchise be utilised or will your own hotel brand […]

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ZEBRA CROSSING ACCIDENT

10.12.2019

What is a Zebra Crossing? Zebra and pedestrian crossings are in place to ensure the safety of pedestrians when crossing a road. Although there are precautions in place, accidents on zebra crossings * can still happen. These types of road accidents * can occur as a result of either a pedestrian or driver negligence. It is up to all […]

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Road Safety Alert – Orange and Yellow Weather Warnings for Storm Atiyah

06.12.2019

The Road Safety Authority (RSA), is asking road users to exercise caution while using the roads over the weekend as Met Eireann has issued Orange and Yellow weather warnings for strong winds. Met Eireann have issued an orange weather warning for very strong winds in Donegal, Galway, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Clare, Kerry and Limerick from […]

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Medical Negligence *

29.11.2019

Medical negligence * (also known as clinical negligence) is a term used to describe situations where a patient suffers a personal injury * as a result of an error made by the medical practitioner. In most cases, medical professionals are dedicated, diligent and ensure that the treatment you are receiving is to the highest standard. […]

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CHILD PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS

28.11.2019

Child personal injury claims arise following an accident involving children. A claim for compensation for an accident involving a child is treated differently than personal injury claims for adults. A person under the age of 18 is considered a ‘minor’ in the eyes of the law. A minor cannot engage a solicitor or make an accident compensation […]

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Injured In A Public Place – Slips, Trips and Falls

27.11.2019

Slips, trips and falls (also referred to as public liability claims) can occur in almost any environment. From tripping on a pavement while out and about as a result of an uneven or broken footpath, a fall in a supermarket on a wet or slippery floor, trip or fall in the workplace, at a restaurant, […]

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