Pizza Delivery man awarded €7,000 compensation for dog bite. *

Cosgrove Gaynard Solicitors

The High court awarded a pizza delivery man €7,000 in compensation after he sustained an injury* delivering promotional leaflets. The pizza delivery man sued the homeowners of a property in Portobello, Dublin following the incident.

The High court awarded a pizza delivery man €7,000 in compensation after he sustained an injury* delivering promotional leaflets. The pizza delivery man sued the homeowners of a property in Portobello, Dublin following the incident.

He explained to the court that he had been delivering promotional leaflets for Apache Pizza when a dog bit his finger. He required hospital treatment following the incident together with a tetanus shot.

It should be noted that the Circuit Court originally through out his case however the High Court allowed his appeal and awarded him costs of both the Circuit Court and High Court cases.

 

*In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement. This statement is made in compliance with Reg.8 of SI 518 of 2002.

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