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An eight-year-old boy who allegedly suffered a facial injury at the time of his birth at the Coombe Hospital has settled his High Court action for €65,000. Dara Brennan, it was claimed, suffered an injury to his face after he was delivered by forceps at the Dublin hospital. He now has scarring on his cheek…
An action by the husband of a woman who died at the National Maternity Hospital in Dublin during surgery for an ectopic pregnancy has been settled, the High Court has been told. Malak Thawley, 34, died in 2016 after what her husband’s lawyers called a “cascade of negligence”. Alan Thawley sued over her death and…
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…
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.
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.
Another successful outcome by C. M. Haughey Solicitors for our Client Stephen who kindly allowed us to publish this photo from the day of his settlement in the High Court in Dublin. Well done Stephen!
To the Editor at the Irish Times Newspaper, As the legal representative of the young woman known as Ms. Y who was refused an abortion when suicidal and forced to deliver her baby by caesarean section by the HSE, I am in utter disbelief, truly disgusted and angered by what has been revealed over the…
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*This statement is made in compliance with Reg. 8 of the SI 518 or 2002.