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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How Do I Choose the Best Solicitor For Me?


Our clients are the heart of our business, and we work hard each and every day to make sure that they get the results they deserve. When guiding you through the legal claims process, Tracey Solicitors ensure not to overwhelm you with legal jargon. We know that navigating the legal system here in Ireland can […]

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Lifting the Burden – Avoiding Manual Handling Injuries in Work


From warehouses to building sites, offices to restaurants; More often than not we all find ourselves lifting something heavy in our workplaces. Jobs which require physical labour are demanding and can indeed leave someone exhausted at the end of a shift. However, with too much weight on your shoulders, one can be left injured when […]

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Minister Naughton Announces Further Extension to Driving Licences


Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton T.D. has announced, details of an extension to the expiry dates of driving licences that have not benefited from a previous extension. The move comes as the EU and national Governments take steps in response to the disruption caused by Covid-19 to driver licensing services across the EU. The extension […]

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New NCTS Centre to open in Navan, Meath


New two-lane centre will have capacity to inspect over 30,000 vehicles annually Over time it will create an additional 12 jobs for the Navan area. 29 June 2021; A new National Car Testing Service inspection centre will open in Meath on Monday 5 July. Located on the old Athboy Road in Navan, this will be […]

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Minister Naughton Further Extends the Expiry Dates of Learner Permits


Minister of State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton TD has today, Thursday 24th of June 2021, announced details of a further 10-month extension to the validity period of learner permits in response to the level 5 restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Due to restrictions on accessing many of the services delivered by […]

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Garda scam alert


In recent days Gardaí have received reports of persons receiving phone calls from fraudsters claiming to be members of An Garda Síochána. The number calling appears to be the phone number of a genuine Garda station. There are several stages to these scam calls: 1. The person receiving the call is subjected to a pre-recorded […]

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Changes to NCT Service


Introduction of On-Board Diagnostics (OBD), Testing New NCT Manual Escalation of Defects to Fail Dangerous where a combination of deficiencies is recorded From 21 June 2021, several changes to the National Car Test will come into effect. These changes will see Ireland be amongst the first EU Member States to commence the use of On-Board […]

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Higher and postgraduate education in Moscow’s National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”


In the very heart of Moscow lies one of the top technical Universities in the World. Having celebrated its 100th birthday in 2018, the National University of Science and Technology “MISIS” is the largest University in Moscow city. With Gorky Park beside it, MISIS is only a short hop to Red Square and St. Basils, […]

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Re-opening of in-person driver theory test centres


Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan TD and Minister of State Hildegarde Naughton TD have welcomed the gradual re-opening of in-person driver theory test centres after the 7th of June. The Road Safety Authority (RSA) will re-open its full network of 40 test centres with capacity being permitted at 25,000 driver theory tests per month. There […]

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