Seven personal injury actions worth up to a total of €420,000 from a 'rear-ending' road traffic accident have been dismissed or withdrawn after a motor assessor told a court that the two cars involved never collided.
The driver of a car which crashed into a teacher’s car killing her parents screamed and blacked out when her passenger, a psychiatric patient, allegedly grabbed her steering wheel, the High Court heard today.
An appeal by the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) against a High Court ruling that it must pay out on outstanding claims following the collapse of the Setanta Insurance Company two years ago has opened before the Court of Appeal.
Three women who were injured in what was described at Limerick Circuit Court as “an incredible” road accident when their SUV was rear-ended by a rented van yesterday received substantial damages. A fourth person who was also in the SUV settled her case.