Pitch Invasion Had no Personal Injury* Claims
the Irish Examiner yesterday realized nobody is challenging the GAA for Personal Injury claims after the match party.
O’Riordan described he had created reference to the statements to the cornerstone of advice from Croke Park. “The [GAA’s] security committee suggested to us some promises were created against us and that I mentioned it in my personal report before Christmas.”
“We are relieved this issue was clarified. Had these promises gone through our coffers might have been strike. It might have reflected negatively in the Gaelic Grounds. It could have broken Limerick’s repute. The critical thing is no one was damage in the day.”
GAA insurance policeman Sinead Quinn verified: “Officially, no proceedings are instigated.
GAA president Liam O’Neill referenced the statements before this week, saying it was a pity it required the cases to get people realise the risk of pitch invasions.
Disclaimer: *In contentious business a solicitor may not calculate fees or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award or settlement.