Lyndy qualified as a Solicitor in 2014 and since then has been working in the medical litigation department at Cantillons. Lyndy has worked extensively in cases involving birth injuries, cancer misdiagnosis, surgical errors and fatal claims. Lyndy works hard and as a result of this has had great success in this field. Lyndy understands the physical and mental stress her clients have been through before they come to Cantillons with their query and she encourages her clients to leave their stresses with her.
Qualifications / Assocciations
Lyndy achieved a Bachelor of Arts degree at University College Cork with a degree in Art History and Italian. Thereafter she went on to study for the FE1 entrance examinations and successfully passed all eight exams. Lyndy took an apprenticeship at Cantillons and got experience in general litigation, medical litigation, probate and commercial litigation. Lyndy qualified as a Solicitor on 2014 and has been working in the medical litigation department since then.
Lyndy likes to travel the world in her spare time!
See below links to media coverage. https://www.irishexaminer.com/news/courtandcrime/arid-40713725.html https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/no-amount-can-account-for-what-fionn-has-lost-boy-6-awarded-18m-for-injuries-at-birth-40919557.html https://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/courts/high-court/high-court-action-over-boy-s-birth-injuries-settled-for-18m-1.4691680 https://www.rte.ie/news/courts/2021/1005/1250851-fionn-feely/ Contact Our Birth Injury Claim Solicitors If you are looking for a Birth Injury Claim Solicitor, please contact Cantillons Solicitors using the contact form below, call us on +353 (0)21 4275673 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Our offices are located at 39 […]Read More
Lyndy Cantillon and her team recently settled a case for a woman who had been diagnosed with terminal peritoneal (ovarian) cancer due to failings in the care afforded to her by the Health Service Executive. The negligence in this case was sadly twofold. The Plaintiff was a woman who had a long history with breast […]Read More
Lyndy Cantillon and her team recently settled a case for a young woman who suffered a lifelong eye injury following a LASEK eye surgery. The Plaintiff in this case underwent a Laser Eye Surgery in 2015, to improve her eyesight. In advance of the procedure, the Plaintiff was not advised of the risks associated with […]Read More
Cantillons settled a case for a 78 year old woman who suffered life altering injuries when she collapsed due to an accidental overdose. The Plaintiff in this case was dispensed medication from a Pharmacy in Dublin with the incorrect dosage instructions, which meant that she took 3 times the prescribed dose. Sadly, this culminated in […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors acted on behalf of the Mother and Partner of a 28 year old Spanish national, who sadly died as a result of a failure to diagnose and treat a type of rare (but eminently treatable) cancer known as Histiocytic Sarcoma. The deceased who was living in Kerry at the time, presented at her […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors settled a case for a 69 year old widower following the negligent repair and treatment of an umbilical hernia in February 2014. Following his discharge from hospital, the Plaintiff became unwell. He was readmitted to hospital by his GP who was concerned that the wound was infected. However, upon arrival at the hospital, […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors acted on behalf of a 68 year old woman who underwent femur repair surgery at an Irish Hospital in May 2014 following a fall at home. Sadly, this surgery was not carried out appropriately, nor, were the succeeding revision surgeries she underwent. As a result of this, the Plaintiff has been largely confined […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors acted on behalf of a young lady named Margaret Hurley from West Cork in relation to a case concerning the care afforded to her in the course of her birth at Erinville Hospital. Miss Hurley was born on the 1st March 2000 at Erinville Hospital, Cork (this hospital is now closed). Miss Hurley’s […]Read More
Cantillons settled a case for a young woman who underwent a mastopexy procedure (breast lift) to improve the shape of her breasts. Unfortunately, the woman was not afforded (or advised of) the appropriate aftercare and suffered serious complications including wound breakdown and infection. This resulted in irreversible damage to her breasts, including disfigurement, severe scaring, […]Read More
The Medical Negligence Team including Lyndy Cantillon and Orla Kelly acted on behalf of a lady who attended for an MRI following development of suspicious symptoms. The MRI was mistakenly reported as normal and the lady continued to suffer and deteriorate. A year later a repeat MRI confirmed that the lady had a tumour. Following […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors were instructed by the parents of a young boy from Kerry in relation to the care that was afforded to him and his mother during the course of his birth at Cork University Maternity Hospital. The Plaintiff and his mother were under the care of a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Cork University […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors were instructed on behalf of the family a man who died due to a delay in diagnosing lung cancer. The circumstances surrounding this case are that the deceased was suffering with chest symptoms and was sent for a chest x-ray, which he duly attended for at Cork University Hospital. This chest x-ray was […]Read More
Cantillons Solicitors recently settled a case for a Farmer who developed a clot in his leg following the misapplication of a cast on his leg. The Plaintiff injured his leg while playing sports with friends in October 2013. He attended Kerry General Hospital to have the injury investigated and was advised following an ultrasound […]Read More
In November 2015, the Court of Appeal handed down its Decision in the case of Gill Russell –v- HSE. The Medical Negligence Team at Cantillons had represented Gill Russell in the High Court, where he got a significant award for Personal Injuries he sustained during his birth. In the High Court, Mr. Justice Kevin Cross […]Read More
Cantillons settled a case for over €50,000 for a woman who had a surgical tampon left inside of her following an episiotomy procedure. In this case, the Plaintiff had given birth to her first child and required an episiotomy afterwards. The procedure was commenced by a Doctor who left the room half way through the […]Read More