In this article, we look at some of the scenarios in healthcare settings that could potentially result in wrongful death, and how families can pursue compensation in such circumstances.
What is a public liability claim and how does it differ from other types of personal injury claims? Find out in this short guide.
What is contributory negligence, how is it assessed, and how does it relate to Irish tort law? Our personal injury team answer these frequently asked questions and more.
A review of hundreds of scans is being conducted at Letterkenny University Hospital after an internal check found that over one-third of a locum radiologist’s work contained errors.
In this guide, we explain what is involved in obtaining a judicial separation, and how it differs to a separation agreement.
The answer to this question depends on a variety of factors that we have covered in more detail in this guide.
Collaborative law, often referred to as collaborative practice, is a legal process designed to facilitate amicable resolutions in disputes.
Serious allegations have emerged that a Children’s Hospital in Dublin used unlicensed implants in surgeries on children with spina bifida.
Our guide looks at the law surrouding an employer’s duty of care, as well as the responsibilities of the employee.
A guide for parents and guardians of children who have sustained injuries in healthcare settings.
Spine surgery for children with spina bifida carries some risks, including surgical failure.
What are the employer’s responsibilities regarding work related vehicles, and how do you bring a claim if an accident occurs?
The McCarthy + Co team are delighted to announce that we are part of Spinal Injuries Ireland’s new Business Partnership Programme.
In what types of scenarios can legal action be taken against a healthcare provider that wrongly prescribed medication to an elderly patient?
In Ireland, you must provide a Building Energy Rating (BER) certificate if you plan to sell or rent out a property.
John McCarthy reviews the causes of knee and hip replacement failures and the scope for bringing an injury claim.
There are strict rules in Ireland governing the advertising of ‘no win no fee’ agreements. Read this post to learn more.
In some rare circumstances, midwives can make mistakes that have devastating consequences for the child. Read our guide to midwife negligence claims.
Purchasing a house in Ireland involves several costs beyond the price of the property itself. Read our guide to legal fees and costs.
We have documented some of the key characteristics of an injury, and how a traumatic injury differs to other categories of injury.