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C. M. Haughey Solicitors, based near Christchurch in Dublin 8 deals exclusively with Personal Injury, Medical Negligence and Employment Law Claims. The firm’s Principal Caoimhe Haughey qualified as a Solicitor in 1994. She practices in Dublin and is also admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales. Throughout her career Caoimhe has successfully represented many thousands of clients from all over the Country seeking…
This is the failure of a Doctor, Consultant or any other medical personnel to meet certain standards of care relating to the medical profession. It is the medical professional’s failure to exercise reasonable medical judgment in a particular case.
Practice areas of excellence
- Injuries Board Applications
- Road Traffic Accidents
- Brain Injuries
- Catastrophic Injuries
- Motor Insurance Bureau
- Trip, Slip & Fall Claims
- Public Liability Claims
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C. M. Haughey Solicitors, based near Christchurch in Dublin 8 deals exclusively with Personal Injury, Medical Negligence and Employment Law Claims. The firm’s Principal Caoimhe Haughey qualified as a Solicitor in 1994. She practices
C. M. Haughey Solicitors, based near Christchurch Dublin 8 deals exclusively with Personal Injury Medical Negligence and Employment Law Claims. The firm’s Principal, Caoimhe Haughey qualified as a Solicitor in 1994. Caoimhe is also admitted as a Solicitor in England & Wales.
Uniquely C. M. Haughey and their highly-dedicated Team only deal with claims for victims of accidents, medical negligence and/or employment law disputes insuring a fully independent, impartial and professional service. At C. M. Haughey Solicitors we aim to listen, understand and give our clients the best possible advice
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Laura Lynott June 13 2018 2:30 AM There are critical delays to legal actions where some women battling cancer “do not have time to wait”, a solicitor warned. Medical negligence solicitor Caoimhe Haughey told the Irish Independent she was now “frustrated and bordering on angry” with how the families of women who are dying or…Read More...
Lawyer to request court action ‘over obfuscation, grandstanding and stonewalling’ A solicitor representing the family of a woman who died from cervical cancer intends to ask the High Court for orders against the HSE, State Claims Agency and CervicalCheck. Caoimhe Haughey is taking this course of action to find out if the deceased was one…Read More...
Caoimhe Haughey is the principal of C. M. Haughey Solicitors and niece of former Taoiseach, Charles Haughey. Caoimhe’s practice concentrates on personal injury litigation with a focus on medical negligence. She has been in the headlines recently due to her involvement as a solicitor for the Plaintiff in the Ms. Y case. When did you…Read More...
According to a story told by Dr Peter Boylan, he and Dr Rhona Mahony were not always so divided on the future of the National Maternity Hospital. Dr Boylan, a former master of the hospital, and Dr Mahony, the current Master who also happens to be his sister-in-law, had offices beside each other in the crumbling Holles Street building.Read More...
Religious influence was “significantly at play” in the case of a pregnant asylum seeker who was denied an abortion in Ireland even though she was suicidal, her solicitor has claimed.Read More...
The Injuries Board formally known as PIAB was set up in 2004 on foot of the PIAB Act 2003 and is a statutory body which provides independent assessment of personal injury compensation for victims of workplace, motor and public liability accidents. If you have sustained injury as a result of a road traffic accident or…Read More...
A young woman has been awarded almost €140,000 damages for injuries and trauma resulting from a vaginal swab being left inside her and remaining undetected for almost three weeks despite two visits by her to the National Maternity Hospital. The swab was like a “mini-football”, it was claimed. Mr Justice Kevin Cross found the trauma…Read More...
SECTION 26 OF THE ACT states that if a personal injury claimant does not tell the truth on affidavit OR does not tell the….Read More...
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