The time limit for claiming bodily injury to the office is three (3) years and one (1) year from the date of the accident for property damage. Judge O`Neill`s overall assessment of the injuries amounted to €223,500 and, after deduction of the total debt of 55%, the judge issued an order in favour of the applicant in the amount of €100,579. By Wayne Finn, Senior Solicitor, Litigation Department Second, the MIBI argued that the applicant was guilty of complicity in allowing herself to be dragged as a passenger into a vehicle if she knew or should have known that the driver was drunk and unfit to drive. A witness saw the vehicle leave the bar just before the accident and be driven in an unpredictable and dangerous manner. The autopsy report confirmed that the deceased had an excessive amount of alcohol in her system at the time of the accident. The Motor Insurers` Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) is a non-profit organisation registered in Ireland. The company was founded in 1955 by the government of the day and the companies that insured motor insurance in Ireland. The first MIBI agreement was signed in 1955 and the last one was signed in 2009 between the Minister of Transport and the MIBI. First, the MIBI argued, referring to clause 5.2 of the Motor Insurers Bureau of Ireland Agreement 2009, that the applicant knew that the vehicle was not insured while she was voluntarily moving in the vehicle as a passenger. . . .