Category Archives: Personal injury claims

nothing tastes as good as skinny feels

  Eyem in KFC enjoying 3 original pieces, with chips anda phat Coke when these three obese people walk in and sit at the table next to me.  The dude asks; “Will yah not come to the counter wihmee?” . . … Continue reading

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eyem not justa piece of meat . . .

finished work BANG! on @ 5 and walked as fast as Vladimir Kanaykin to the bus stop opposite the central bank and waited . . . not very long.  the journey home was pleasant, as pleasant as a Dublin bus … Continue reading

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Sugar is sweet

We applaud Judge Nicholas Kearns who scored a victory for sanity over what he described as “compensation culture gone mad”, as he rejected the High Court appeal brought by Vanessa Behan, on behalf of her daughter Robyn Behan. We first … Continue reading

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What price a life?

Five men died when the Tit Bonhomme fishing trawler sank off the coast of Cork last year. One of the victim’s families sued the captain’s grieving widow for negligence and breach of duty and was awarded €40,000. An eight year … Continue reading

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How many council workers does it take to fill a pothole?

Council workers have taken a lot of flack from this blog but perhaps they are not entirely culpable. When three employees of Cork County Council recently showed some initiative and spontaneously filled a dangerous pothole without placing the obligatory warning … Continue reading

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“It is the greatest good to the greatest number of people which is the measure of right and wrong”

And while we’re on the subject, Aviva Insurance yesterday announced a 6.4% rise in premiums from next month, citing “the rising cost of claims” as justification. So while greedy claimants might think they’re screwing the system, everyone pays in the … Continue reading

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Nobody puts baby in the courtroom

A big thank you to Servant to the Public for bringing this week’s Judge Dread to our attention. As far as we can figure, here’s the sequence of events… A mother fed her 4 month old baby some Heinz Baby … Continue reading

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