Settlement of €1.25m over hospital care

Published date25 May 2023
Publication titleIrish Times (Dublin, Ireland)
It was claimed the man developed meningitis and suffered profound injuries. All the claims were denied

The man's senior counsel, John Finlay, instructed by Dundon Callanan solicitors, told the court it was their case that if the man, when he went to Nenagh General Hospital complaining of hurting his ribs, had received antibiotics "all of the catastrophic consequences" could have been avoided.

The man, who cannot be identified by order of the court, ended up with meningitis and suffered profound injuries as a result.

The settlement, which counsel said was reached after...

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