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The Injuries Board

TO ALL FORMER LAWLINE SOLICITORS CLIENTS

TO ALL FORMER LAWLINE SOLICITORS CLIENTS Re: Caoimhe Haughey formally of Lawline Solicitors now practising under the style and title of C. M. Haughey Solicitors at Christchurch Hall, High Street, Dublin, 8 Dear Client of Lawline, I hope this letter finds you well and as a former valued client of Lawline I want to let…

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HSE = Transparency? Integrity? Honest Disclosure?

Have you been the victim of a medical accident or medical negligence? If so you may be unsure where to turn. One would hope your doctor or health professional would help, answer questions, advise you, sympathise, empathise? Maybe you have been “discharged” from medical care after something has gone wrong and no-one wants to tell…

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Compensation on the Double??

On the 1st August 2014 the Social Welfare and Pensions Act 2013 will come into force. What does this mean to the average compensation claim? It will introduce a system called the Recoverable Benefits and Assistance Scheme very similar to the CRU system that has been in operation in the UK for many years. It…

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Injuries Board – Fact or Fiction?

Road traffic accidents claims are on the rise according to the Injuries Board. They have accounted for a staggering €88,500,000 – €88.5 million in compensation for the first 6 months of 2013. The highest recorded award paid out by the Injuries Board to-date is €976,000. The Injuries Board Chief Executive says the injuries Board continues…

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Personal Injury Claims on the Increase

In March 2012, RTE headlined personal injury claim awards by the Injuries Board for 2011 totalling €210 million. In September 2012, RTE headlined the Injuries Board have received over 14,600 claims for the first 6 months of 2012. This amounts to a staggering 81 claims per day…..

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Beware of the Injuries Board Pitfalls

At C.M. HAUGHEY SOLICITORS we have successfully processed hundreds of claims for injured parties through the Injuries Board. We have also successfully challenged arbitrary decisions taken by the Injuries Board in two cases where we acted for children.

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What is the Injuries Board?

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.

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