Covid-19: Are we failing the older members of Irish Society?
The delayed government intervention and lack of planning have exposed vulnerable residents of the nursing homes, the staff and their families to the virus.07 May, 2020
Comparing Ireland’s handling of COVID-19 to China, Singapore, Japan and Iceland
While many provisions have been implemented in Ireland to protect the safety and welfare of workers who are deemed essential, the question still remains as to whether the safeguards are sufficient.07 May, 2020
Double edged sword: Aggravated damages awarded against insurer following unjustified claim that a Plaintiff knowingly gave misleading evidence
High Court hits insurance company with a €10,000 award for aggravated damages following an unjustified application to have a personal injuries claim dismissed for evidence of a misleading nature being adduced.06 May, 2020
The skirt article on making a Will
Whilst no one enjoys discussing the topic, in these totally unpredictable times, everyone who has a house, or a pension, or life insurance policy, or a bank/credit union account, financial investments etc. should have a Will to deal with his or her Estate06 May, 2020