PIAB

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AcronymDefinition
PIABPolicy Injection Application Block
PIABPersonal Injuries Assessment Board (now InjuriesBoard.ie; Ireland)
PIABPercutaneous Intrathoracic Aspiration Biopsy
PIABPigs in a Blanket
PIABPotential Inadequacies In the Authorization Basis
PIABPacific Islands Advisory Board (Waitakere, New Zealand)
PIABPlay It Again Band (Indianapolis 500; Indianapolis, IN)
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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar confirmed last night the minister was involved in the early stages of Ms Bailey's action when she brought her case before the Personal Injuries Assessment Board first.
Major organization : PERSONAL INJURIES ASSESSMENT BOARD
Victims of whiplash were awarded an average of [euro]20,000, according to 2018 figures from the Personal Injuries Assessment Board. From January to June 2018, more than hal of such claimants received between [euro]10,000 and [euro]20,000 in compensation, while some received up to [euro]30,000.
Contract notice: Tender for inclusion on Independent Specialist Medical Panel for Personal Injuries Assessment Board.
At the end of 2017, the Personal Injuries Assessment Board had generated a surplus of [euro]17.5million, arising from fees paid mainly by insurance companies to the board over the years.
Of the claims submitted, the Personal Injuries Assessment Board made awards in less than half of the cases - 12,966, compared to 11,734 in 2015 - and the biggest was [euro]740,968.
Greater powers for the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB), with the objective of increasing the number of claims cases settled by PIAB, thereby reduces claims costs generally
These include Iarnrd ireann, Independent News and Media, the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Failte Ireland and the Personal Injuries Assessment Board (PIAB).
According to the Personal Injuries Assessment Board 586 claimants from Limerick were awarded EUR12.3million in 2010.
According to the Republic's Personal Injuries Assessment Board if Monica Leech lost an arm and a leg she could have got between EUR130,000 and EUR197,000 for each.
One woman was awarded EUR60,000 after her son fell from a dangerous balcony in a nightclub and died.The Personal Injuries Assessment Board sets the levels of redress for physical injury.
Men made fewer claims than women but received higher average compensation, the Personal Injuries Assessment Board reported.
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