The plaintiff was a 50-year-old lady working for Bunnings at Mount Isa. She worked in an area called the 'Trade Shed' and had to keep the area and surrounds clean and tidy. Plastic bags containing … [Read more...] about Supreme Court Applies Common Sense to Decide Brain Injury Claim
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On 30 August 2018, a seriously injured motor accident injury victim awarded just over $1.5M compensation has won his fight against NRMA in the Court of Appeal in NSW to prevent his loss of wages award … [Read more...] about Court rejects NRMA’s tricky attack on injury payout
An Australian soldier was arrested by a police officer at 4.00 am on a Saturday morning in 2009. The District Court found the police officer intentionally used his knee to apply so much force to the … [Read more...] about Soldier wins police brutality injury claim – loses appeal
Christmas holidays are usually a time to relax, catch up with old friends and attend lots of gatherings and parties. Unfortunately it’s during these joyous times that there is a rise in hazards and … [Read more...] about Motor accidents over the holiday period
On 14 September 2018 the Supreme Court at Rockhampton awarded a seriously injured motorcycle rider almost $2.1M in personal injury compensation. The motorcycle rider, Mr Brown, was running in a new … [Read more...] about $2.1M motor accident injury award
On 7 November 2018, the Supreme Court of Queensland at Brisbane decided that the trial for a mine worker seriously injured on 27 November 2014 at the Ernest Henry Mine 38 km north of Cloncurry should … [Read more...] about Can injured workers choose which Courthouse will hear their trial?