Tips for Motor Shopping

Buying a second-hand car is a transaction that most of us will engage in at some point in our lives. There is a big...

When your wheels stop you rolling

Evidence of a large increase in car sales this year is witnessed with all the 161 registrations traveling the country.

Dash Cams and Drones

We have all become used to the camera phone however readers may be interested to note that more and more people are mounting dash...

Personal Injuries Assessment Board – Tips and Traps

As I deal mainly with personal injury compensation claims I am often asked to explain the workings of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board PIAB....

A Fair Deal for All

The nursing homes support scheme, also known as the “Fair Deal” Scheme, is a scheme that most people are familiar with. In recent times...

Registration of Right of Way

A right of way arises if you own a piece of land and in order to get to it you must pass over a...

New Garda Drug Testing Powers

New measures under the Road Traffic Act, 2016 which provide for Preliminary Drug Testing came into effect on 12th April 2017. These measures will enable...

Complaint to the Financial Ombudsman is no defence

The Financial Services Ombudsman is a statutory officer who deals independently with unresolved complaints from consumers about their individual dealings with all financial services...

Injuries Board Assessments – should you accept?

Since 2003, persons injured in road traffic accidents, accidents at work, trip and fall accidents etc., who wish to claim compensation, must, in the...

Penalty Points: Drivers Take Note!

First introduced in Ireland in 2002, the penalty points system has the aim of improving the behaviour of drivers and road safety in general....