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Guide to making a personal injury claim in Ireland
Personal Injury is a legal term for an injury to the body, mind or emotions, as opposed to an injury to property. The most common types of personal injury cases are road traffic accidents, accidents at work, tripping accidents (public liability), assault cases, accidents in the home, product defect accidents (product liability) and holiday accidents. Time...
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9 principles of assisted decision making
The Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act was enacted in December 2015 and governs the law in relation to vulnerable adults who are experiencing difficulties with decision making.  There are a number of principles that form the basis of the Act and are of such importance they are used to guide interactions with persons whose mental capacity...
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Conveyancing process
In this series of blogs, I will take a look at the Conveyancing Process in Ireland and provide you with an in-depth guide in order to make the buying processes clearer and easier to follow. It is important for our clients to be aware that there is a technical sequence of events which must take...
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Care facility detaining
A parent or family member has signs of mental incapacity and they are not allowed leave their residential or healthcare facility – does this sound familiar? It is not uncommon to be told by health or care services that they think your relative lacks the mental capacity to make certain decisions (for example, whether to...
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Advance Healthcare Directives
“Medical treatment may not be given to an adult person of full capacity without his or her consent. There are a few rare exceptions to this e.g., in regard to contagious diseases or in a medical emergency where the patient is unable to communicate”. (Denham J. In re a Ward of Court 1996) What is...
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Assisted Decision Making
What legal protections do vulnerable adults have? The Constitution provides that we all have equal legal rights. We had a Supreme Court case in 1996 which stated that the fact that a person has diminished capacity does not mean that they don’t have the same legal rights as everyone else. We may have a situation...
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Appointment of an Examiner
Where there has been no decision to wind up a company and there is still a reasonable prospect of survival the courts have the power to appoint an examiner. The role of the examiner is to formulate proposals for a compromise or a scheme of arrangement in respect of the company, its creditors, and members...
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COVID-19 & Business Interruption Insurance
When I notified my insurance company that I was seeking to invoke my Business Interruption Policy, I was advised that they were refusing to indemnify me. They said this was on the basis that the notifiable disease (COVID-19) did not emanate from my office. I was taken aback. What is the point in having Business...
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) & Commercial Contracts
The coronavirus, or COVID-19, has turned the commercial world on its backside. The commercial contracts that we all take for granted (and that keep the economy humming along) are under the biggest pressure test they will ever face.  Nobody is unaffected.  Whatever the strict legal position of a party to a contract may be (as...
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When do I need a Solicitor?
Although legal matters range from the very minor such as a parking ticket to the very serious such as organised crime, only some require the assistance of a Solicitor. Similarly, in civil matters, the seriousness of a case ranges from those heard at the Small Claims Court to complex High Court litigation, and everything in...
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T:  045 881193 or 085 7359798
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E:  info@swco.ie


  Stephen Walsh & Co. Solicitors,
38 South Main Street,
Naas,
Co. Kildare.


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