A 52-year-old woman who claims she was given the incorrect ‘normal’ diagnosis for a breast cancer gene eight years ago and is now seriously ill with ovarian cancer has sued in the High Court.
Judge Raymond Groarke told two Dublin women that he was ‘unimpressed’ with the extent to which these women would go for a relatively minor injury suffered when a bus ‘wobbled’ as it crossed a half-open manhole.
Sabrina Melloni who fell down the exit stairs of a Ryanair plane at Dublin airport three years ago has now lost a €60,000 damages claim for personal injuries against Ryanair and has been ordered to pay the airline’s legal costs.
Potholes and unmaintained roads can present a danger to cyclists. In addition to reports of death and serious injuries resulting from potholes or other defective services, further research has shown that cyclists who regularly ride on poor road surfaces could be at risk of suffering nerve damage in their hands and arms.