State to grant more power to Injuries Board

• Bid to drive down the rising cost of insurance for businesses • RGData wants to limit number of cases which bypass board

19th March, 2017
Minister of State at the Department of Finance Eoghan Murphy

Minister of State at the Department of Finance Eoghan Murphy has said giving more powers to the Injuries Board to keep compensation claims out of court is a priority for him.

The working group on insurance costs is looking into solutions to the steep rise in employer and public liability insurance bills.

RGData, which represents more than 4,000 independently owned grocery stores and supermarkets, is seeking to limit the number of personal injury cases which...

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