There is need for a new charity to be established in Ireland. It will seek out people suffering personal injury. It will advise that the injured person (âthe victimâ?) should immediately consult a solicitor to determine whether there is a cause of action arising from the incident in which the victim was injured.
The Minister did make specific provision by regulation for the duties of employers to avoid injury to employees in the lifting of weights and loads.
That abuse of language, misrepresentation and Clostridium difficile deaths should all appear in one report, indeed in one single sentence, is vindication.
The phrase is a stroke of dubious, comparative advertising genius and essentially, only a business consultant’s faddish phrase. After all, in what field do we establish a “Centre of Mediocrity��?? Or a “Centre of the Shoddy��??
It is a principle of Irish (and UK) law that the purpose of the award of compensation by the courts is to, insofar as money can, place the injured party in the same position as if he/she had not been injured.
The medical profession has long known that it is cheaper to kill than to maim.
Now, as shown by an Irish Times report, he is still dealing with the problem and is reduced to writing to that very same hospital urging the appointment of a microbiologist.