The injured man’s sister   said her brother   is not able to manage his own money and will need considerable care into the future.

A 52-year old man who suffered a brain injury in a single punch assault on a Dublin street has been granted permission by the High Court to reject an (...)

Almost a quarter of the €27 million paid out by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal since 2013 was split between just five individuals. The t(...)

A Dublin barman who sustained a traumatic brain injury in a street assault has been awarded €710,000 by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A Dublin barman who sustained a traumatic brain injury in a street assault has been awarded €710,000 by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal. (...)

Mountjoy Prison: last year three officers were injured in a knife attack in the prison.  Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Prison officers are worried that the recent wave of gangland crime could result in further violence in the State’s jails once the perpetrators are lo(...)

A woman who suffered head injuries in an assault 13 years ago has brought a High Court challenge over the alleged delay by the Criminal Injuries Compe(...)

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled in favour of Irish woman Louise O’Keeffe in her landmark case against the Irish State, ruling that the Irish state failed to meet its obligation to protect Ms O’Keeffe from the sexual abuse she suffered while a pupil in an Irish national school.

Irish woman Louise O’Keeffe, who today won a landmark case against the Irish State, said the ruling meant the Department of Education “must protect ch(...)

The European Court of Human Rights will deliver its judgment on Tuesday in a case brought by Irish abuse victim Louise O’Keeffe against the State

The European Court of Human Rights will deliver its judgment on Tuesday in a case brought by Irish abuse victim Louise O’Keeffe against the State, con(...)