Ms Justice Bronagh O’Hanlon said the museum Portland stone steps were shiny and slippy and 70-year old Warren Baldwin who ruptured a leg tendon suffered significant trauma, discomfort, inconvenience, expense and upset.
A pensioner who has claimed he has had pain since he allegedly slipped on a floor of the Co Clare pub where he worked 10 years ago and twisted his ankle has told the High Court he "walks through the pain".
A 30-year-old man who was seriously injured in a crash after a high-speed car chase — in which two teenagers were killed — had his case for compensation dismissed at the High Court as he and others were found to have been part of an extremely dangerous enterprise fuelled by revenge.
A company has secured a temporary High Court injunction preventing a ‘vulture fund’-appointed receiver from carrying out any of his functions in respect of a south Dublin property consisting of several apartments and a car park.
A 30-year-old man who was seriously injured in a crash after a high-speed car chase — in which two teenagers were killed seven years ago — will have to wait a little longer to find out if he is going to be compensated for his injuries.
A lengthy legal action over the treatment of a vulnerable young Irish woman, who was returned here last summer after being involuntarily detained more than 20 months in a specialised psychiatric unit in England, has concluded without a satisfactory outcome.
A teenager with a condition on the autism spectrum is “very distressed” that her return to Ireland next month from a psychiatric hospital in England may not proceed due to a delay in finding a suitable placement for her here, the High Court has heard.