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Significant settlement for worker who suffered injuries in a workplace accident


Posted in News on Thursday, June 17th, 2021

Amy Connolly and the Litigation Team at Cantillons Solicitors recently successfully represented an employee who suffered serious personal injuries, loss and damage as result of an accident which took place during the course of employment with a global pharmaceutical company.

There was a clear failing on all Defendants involved in this case to provide a safe place of work and as a result of this breach of duty of care, our client was involved in an accident which caused him to suffer serious injuries to his shoulder.

Settlement negotiations were carried out remotely which culminated in a substantial settlement for the Plaintiff. Our client was very happy that the case settled on a private and confidential basis, and without having to attend trial in the High Court.

Cantillons Solicitors are Personal Injuries Solicitors in Cork, who deal with personal injury claims arising from work place accidents, car accidents (including whiplash injuries), and injuries arising from falls in public places.

Contact us at Cantillons Solicitors at +353 (0)21 4275673 or info@cantillons.com if you would like more information.

* In contentious business, a Solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.  Many Personal Injury Solicitors portray themselves as “no win no fee Solicitors Cork”. This term can be misleading and it is essential that you discuss fees with the Personal Injury Solicitor you ultimately choose. At Cantillons Solicitors, we are entirely transparent.

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Ernest J. Cantillon

Managing Partner

Amy Connolly

Solicitor

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