The Costello family - L-R: Pat (6), Mary, Gerard,  Tadgh (8), Kate (7) and Grace (4) leaving the High Court on Friday  after Tadgh was awarded €2.8 million interim payment and received an apology from the HSE for injuries caused during his birth in 2006.Photograph: Courts Collins.

A brain-damaged boy has received an interim payment of €2.8 million and an apology from the HSE under a settlement of his High Court action over in(...)

A man who suffered serious injuries in March 2011, after he fell off a ladder when a gust of wind moved it, has been awarded €356,000 damages at the H(...)

Colleen and Kevin Worthington, of Clounsharragh, Cloghane, Castlegregory, Co. Kerry pictured speaking to the media outside the Four Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

The Health Service Executive (HSE) and Kerry General Hospital have apologised unreservedly at the High Court to a girl who suffered brain damage durin(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross has fixed the rate of return or discount in the Gill Russell case, a test case, at 1 per cent.

An eight-year-old severely disabled boy who suffered brain damage at birth has been awarded €13.5million by the High Court. The award was made to Gill(...)

Roisin and Mark Molloy from Castlebrack, Killeigh, Co. Offaly pictured speaking to the media outside the Four Courts on Wednesday after a settlement in their High Court action for damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

The family of a baby who died following his birth at Midland Regional Hospital – but who was recorded as a stillbirth – have settled their legal actio(...)

 The Four Courts. Photograph: Chris Maddaloni/Collins

A boy who was catastrophically injured in the final stages of his mother’s pregnancy has settled his High Court action on terms, including an interi(...)

The High Court this afternoon ordered the gardaí to apprehend a 16-year-old boy who had absconded from hospital, bring him back and remain with him un(...)

Joanne Hayes and her daughter Yvonne at their home.

The solicitor who represented the Hayes family in the Kerry babies case has said they welcome a call for the exhumation of the(...)

Mr Justice Kevin Cross said witness had been ‘severly abused’ in a manner that caused ‘significant trauma’.

In what is believed to be the highest court settlement in a child abuse case in Ireland, a High Court judge has ordered the Christian Brothers (...)

Former Wexford hurler   Paul Codd leaving court in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Paddy Cummins

Former Wexford hurler Paul Codd was allowed to return to his family yesterday after a weekend in Mountjoy Prison.Mr Codd, winner of an All-Ireland sen(...)