This is a follow on from our personal injuries blog post of the 12th of December 2013 which sets out the Injuries Board procedure, it sets out the Court procedures for personal injuries claims after a claim has been released by the Injuries Board.
If either side rejects the Injuries Board Assessment, or the Injuries Board decides not to make an assessment, it will issue an authorisation. This is essentially a permission to issue Court proceedings.
The first step is to issue a Personal Injuries Summons. This is the injured party’s claim and sets out (1) the circumstances of the incident giving rise to the claim, (2) the reasons in law why the defendant is to blame and why he should be liable to pay compensation. and (3) the details of the injuries suffered and the effect of those injuries on the person defendant
As and from 3rd February 2014 the new monetary jurisdictions will be as follows: - the jurisdiction of the District Court in civil proceedings will increase from €6,384 to €15,000 - - the jurisdiction of the Circuit Court in civil proceedings will increase from...
Happy Christmas and a prosperous new year from all at HDM Solicitors. We would like to sincerely thank all our clients in particular for all of their support during the year and we are looking forward to working with you in 2014.
This article sets out what to do if you have a car accident.
Stop reading your phone and do the following:
1. Check and see if anyone has been injured.
2. If someone is injured, call an ambulance or other emergency services. You should also call the Gardai if there’s been an injury and you should not leave the scene of the accident unless the emergency services need you to bring someone to hospital.
3. If everyone is OK, photograph the vehicles in the location they ended up in.
The question of upwards only rent reviews has come to the fore again with the decision of Mr. Justice Peter Charlton in the case of Ickendel Limited v Bewleys Café Grafton Street Limited. This case concerned the interpretation of a rent review clause in a...
This article looks at the Validation of Appointments of Receivers and the case of The Merrow Limited v Bank of Scotland Plc and David O’Connor. It looks at the case from the perspective of a Solicitor acting regularly for Banks and Receivers. The recent case of The...
We have recently had enquiries from Receivers and Liquidators appointed over licensed premises and Accountants considering such potential appointments. Very often where a Receiver/Liquidator is appointed, the License holder is in arrears with Revenue and the License...
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