Dionne Darragh

Director - Litigation and Healthcare

Dionne Darragh

Dionne Darragh

Director - Litigation and Healthcare

  028 9032 1000 dionne.darragh@oreillystewart.com Dionne Darragh

Dionne joined O’Reilly Stewart in 2006 and practices in our litigation department.

Dionne specialises in personal injury litigation, dealing with road traffic accidents, employers liability, and public liability actions.

As a member of the Belfast Chapter’s Ladies of Harley, Dionne has a particular interest in motorcycle accident claims.  With her real knowledge of and passion for motorbikes, Dionne shares a common interest with her clients and is dedicated to fighting their case.   Due to the nature of these accidents, Dionne has specialist expertise in catastrophic injury, amputation and severe fracture cases.

Dionne also works in our Healthcare team and advises clients on a wide range of complex clinical negligence actions.  Dionne has handled claims involving misdiagnosis, delayed cancer diagnosis, birth injury claims, surgical negligence and retained products of conception claims.

Practice Areas

Litigation Personal Injury Healthcare

Recent Experience

  • £35,000 Settlement for Broken Foot Following Tripping Accident Read
  • £25,000 Damages due to Delayed Diagnosis of MND Read
  • £70,000 Compensation for Accident in the Workplace Read
  • £62,500 Compensation for Injured Motorcyclist Read
  • A Serious Accident in the Workplace Read
  • £40k Settlement in Slipping Case Read
  • £87,500.00 Settlement for Psychological Injuries Read
  • Delay in Diagnosis of Ankle Injury by GP Read
  • Patient Recall case settles for £15,000 Read
  • A Serious Burn Read
  • Travel Anxiety following serious Road Traffic Accident Read
  • Road Traffic Accident Compensation Read

Significant Cases

  • Surgical negligence Read
  • Delay in diagnosis of cancer Read
  • Needle Stick Injury Read

Specialist Expertise

  • Motorcycle Claims, Personal Injury, Medical Negligence

Memberships

  • Northern Ireland Young Solicitors' Association
  • Belfast Solicitors' Association


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