Category: Injury Compensation Law

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POSTED: 21 Sep 2018
A 25-year-old woman who was left severely brain damaged after an asthma attack, has been unsuccessful in her claim in negligence against the ambulance service, with the Supreme Court of Queenslan...
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POSTED: 18 Sep 2018
On 6 April 2014, Mr Larry Bridge slipped on water lying on the floor of an underground car park at premises occupied by Coles and fell, and suffered significant injury. At the time of the inciden...
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POSTED: 28 Aug 2018
On 4 April 2016, Ms Antonietta Giudice attended a Bunnings Warehouse in Ashfield, together with a friend and her grandson, who was almost four years old at the time. Ms Giudice’s grandson was tak...
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POSTED: 14 Aug 2018
A young girl who was injured whilst holidaying on board the Pacific Jewel when she was hit on the head by falling ceiling panels, has been awarded more than $400,000 in damages.
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POSTED: 03 Aug 2018
At approximately 9:30pm on 15 December 2012, Brian Lim suffered catastrophic injuries when he leapt from a vehicle driven by his wife, Ms Cho, in which he was a passenger.
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POSTED: 31 Jul 2018
In 1995, Matthew McDonald was born at Campbelltown Hospital under the care and management of obstetrician Dr S Ng. He is now 23 years of age. Matthew’s mother, Prudence, alleged that Matthew suff...
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POSTED: 17 Jul 2018
Ms Ayla Cresswell and Mr Joshua Davies were in a relationship for approximately 3 years. They had discussed getting married and having a family.
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POSTED: 10 Jul 2018
A young man, who was driving on a dark, poorly lit road and was catastrophically injured when his vehicle collided with another vehicle turning across his path, has successfully sued the other dr...
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POSTED: 06 Jul 2018
A builder’s labourer, who was struck in the head by a nail fired from a nail gun being used on an adjoining building suite, had been awarded more than $1.4m, with the Supreme Court of New South W...
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POSTED: 03 Jul 2018
NSW survivors of institutional child sexual abuse will be among the first in Australia to be able to seek redress under a new national scheme that began on 1 July 2018.
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