High Court Cases

Recent High Court Cases.Hugh Sheridan High Court


S –v- T – High Court Dublin

Genuine Road Traffic accident – assessment, judge assigned – IB.ie assessed general damages and loss of earnings, At first sight the claim for loss of earnings though well documented did not seem right.

Using prior knowledge and experience and on checking with the former state employer of the Plaintiff the claim for loss of earnings was discredited in full, leading to the Plaintiff accepting €29,000  less than the IB award but no liability for Party/party costs.



S – v -O’S – High Court Dublin


Genuine Road Traffic Accident – assessment, on steps of Court awaiting a Judge.hugh sheridanPlaintiff had over exaggerated his injuries and had provided a blizzard of medical discovery.When carefully cross referenced and analysed he had shown previous injuries of the type complained off and a prescription medication trail that was very suspect along with evidence of a lifestyle of fitness. On being presented with this evidence the case settled for an all in figure less than the IB.ie award with no liability for party/party costs.



H –v- G and G – Sligo High Court


Accident at work full fight – established high degree of contributory negligence and undermining of the injury suffered leading to anCourt Room Sligo award of €10,000 plus Circuit Court costs, thereby the costs on taxation to include all duties and lost costs of the day did not exceed the award by virtue of section 14 Courts Act 1991.