September 23, 2022

Should you make a will ?

22nd September, 2022 Well, should I do a will ? A Will is a written legal document allowing you to decide who is to benefit when you die.  Otherwise, the Law decides your beneficiaries; If you are married and have no children, then all your assets go to your spouse; […]
May 28, 2021

Will insurers pass on the injury award savings by reducing premiums ?

28th May, 2021 The Oireachtas Joint Committee on Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform heard from Sinn Féin TD Pearse Doherty that insurers should pass on to consumers ‘euro for euro’ the savings they will make as a result of reduced insurance pay-outs. On 24 April, the cost of claims pay-outs […]
April 15, 2021

Injury Compensation to reduce in Ireland from 24th April 2021 !

15th April, 2021 The Minister for Justice, Helen McEntee TD, has confirmed that the Personal Injuries Guidelines will come into effect on Saturday 24 April. The Book of Quantum will apply to all cases until the commencement date. After it is commenced, the Book of Quantum will continue to apply […]
March 12, 2021

Solicitors are being pushed out of injury compensation process – victims will lose out

12th March, 2021 Justice Minister Helen McEntee is to bring proposals to Cabinet on how to implement the new Personal Injuries Guidelines for damages. A minor legislative amendment will be needed to give legal effect to the measures. The new guidelines will, most likely, not apply to cases assessed by the PIAB, […]