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Personal Injuries Guidelines: 2 Years Later

Presented by MARTIN BROWNE Partner & Head of Horwich Farrelly Ireland

Wednesday 1st February 2023 | Duration: 1 Hours


Webinar Details:

Martin Browne from Horwich Farrelly, Solicitors will present a one hour webinar to Broker Ireland members on Wednesday 01st February at 1100 hrs. Martin’s presentation will cover ‘Personal Injury Guidelines – 2 Years On’ and provide a comprehensive synopsis of the new Personal Injury environment including:

  • Overview of new guidelines
  • Effectiveness of new guidelines
  • Award levels and range of awards
  • Impacts – acceptance and award rates
  • A view from the Courts
  • Future guidance for Brokers for 2023 and beyond

1 hour CPD has been applied for and will be subject to approval from the relevant educational bodies.

About Martin Browne, Horwich Farrelly

Martin Browne joined Horwich Farrelly in August 2022. He has extensive experience in defence personal injuries litigation, specifically public liability, employers’ liability and motor claims, from minor claims to catastrophic claims and including multi-party actions across all courts and forums. He is also frequently asked by both Irish and UK based Insurers/Lloyds Syndicates to provide specialist coverage advice on complex policy and indemnity issues and to advise generally on insurance disputes and policy wordings.

In addition to his personal injury practice, Martin has significant experience in contentious Professional Indemnity matters and specifically in relation to high value, multi party, construction-related disputes. He is a firm advocate of ADR and has regularly represented Insurers at mediation. Martin is a member of the Law Society of Ireland and the Dublin Solicitors Bar Association. 


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