According to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board 586 claimants from Limerick were awarded EUR12.
What does PIAB stand for?
PIAB stands for Personal Injuries Assessment Board (now InjuriesBoard.ie; Ireland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A personal injuries assessment board, which will deal with cases that currently go to court, is being established immediately, and could save 220m [euro] in legal costs, according to insurers.
Until fairly recently, Ireland had an expensive, litigious approach to personal injuries claims, but this changed with the introduction of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board in 2004, said David Gallagher, XL's country manager of Ireland.
The Personal Injuries Assessment Board delivers the same level of compensation to accident victims.
In 2004, the High Court dealt with 15,293 personal injuries actions but that figure shrunk to 746 in 2005 following the setting up of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board.
Cocaine driving is a growing cause of road carnage but the problem is being ignored, the Personal Injuries Assessment Board warned yesterday.
The Irish Business and Employers'' Confederation highlighted a large increase in claims appearing before the courts, ahead of the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB) being launched.
However, it said much would depend on the impact of the new Personal Injuries Assessment Board.