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Update on Setanta Victims Compensation

Claimants of completed or settled claims against Setanta are now being made by the Insurance Compensation Fund through the Accountant’s office of the High Court.  This is being done twice yearly.  The Accountant’s office is paying only 65% of the award or settlement and 65% of the claimant’s legal costs.

The Law Society of Ireland is actively pursuing the Minister for Finance in re the remaining 35% due to Claimants and seeking clarification on how and when this will be paid.  The fear is that if the Government does not take action that Setanta victims will be left significantly under compensated or will have to wait for several years for any further payments pending completion of the liquidation. If you require further information on this or any other Personal Injury matter contact Mary Cashin Solicitor, Cashin & Associates on 065 6840060 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


13th November 2017

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