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WE SPECIALISE IN MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS

April 13, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Legal News   |   Comments Off on WE SPECIALISE IN MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS

 Injuries and personal losses can occur where a medical practitioner has failed in his duty of care towards you or where a hospital, unfortunately, fails to meet proper standards. Experience has shown that it is in responding to Litigation that the Providers of these Services and their Insurers take steps to reduce the possibility of […]

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JUDGE TO BE COMMENDED!

April 12, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Legal News   |   Comments Off on JUDGE TO BE COMMENDED!

In a recent case before Judge Raymond Groarke, he encouraged a Family at War to settle a Will dispute.  He is to be commended for his common sense as he advised the Parties:- “You are all of the same flesh and blood, brothers and sister who may not like one another, perhaps victims of what […]

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WOULD YOU KILL AN INTRUDER IN YOUR HOUSE?

April 12, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Legal News   |   Comments Off on WOULD YOU KILL AN INTRUDER IN YOUR HOUSE?

 Now, there’s a provocative question and one that is in the news again following the stabbing in the UK of a burglar by a 78 year old Pensioner.    This is a question that can polarise opinions. Legally, in Ireland, the position is covered by the provisions of the Criminal Law (Defence and the Dwelling) Act […]

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PROPERTY PURCHASE: SHOULD YOU LOOK A “GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTH”?

April 04, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Bidding at Auction,buying a house,Buying a Site,House Building,Legal News,selling a house,Selling your Property   |   Comments Off on PROPERTY PURCHASE: SHOULD YOU LOOK A “GIFT HORSE IN THE MOUTH”?

Sometimes, you should look a “bargain horse” in the mouth! A derelict property can look like a ‘steal’ but can prove to be an endless ‘money pit’. Your Solicitor will help ensure that you walk away when you should. In previous Blogs we have addressed the purchase of ‘Distressed Properties’ (primarily from Banks), however, this […]

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